I’d like to start by saying that your blog has been such a great source of info and i thank you and your team for that . I’m a 35 year old man and i take propecia daily , I’ve only been on it since last November and i have no side effects so i plan to continue.
I fully understand that propecia rarely has a impact in the frontal area but , i hoped that it would at least slow the loss. My crown seems to be responding fairly well. Lately noticed my frontal area getting worse . I wake up in the morning missing more hair than i had the night before . Is it normal for this to happen at such a rapid pace and in such large amounts?
Thanks for your time .
I think you answered your own question. Yes, it is normal for you to continue losing hair in the front hairline as Propecia will not restore it in most cases. Propecia mainly works on the crown/top areas, rarely in the frontal area… and that goes for regrowth and stopping the hair loss. Obviously if you’re a good responder to Propecia in the crown area, you should continue taking the medication for as long as you want to keep that hair. For the front area you may consider a hair transplant surgery, but unfortunately there is no drug out there that can restore the hairline.