Propecia is the ultimate prescription medication that helps men diagnosed with male pattern baldness to re-grow some of their hair. The effects of Propecia remain visible only as long as you continue to take it. This means that if you stop taking this drug, the process of hairloss will resume and you will lose all the hair you managed to re-grow within one year. If you have any health conditions that may affect the efficiency of your treatment or cause dangerous side effects, you should consider another method of treatment or talk to your doctor about dose adjustment. Some of these health conditions may include bladder muscle disorder, prostate cancer, inability to urinate, stricture of the urethra, and liver disease.
Although Propecia is highly efficient and works for most patients taking it, if you do not notice any changes after three months of the treatment, Propecia will be inefficient in your case. You should consider switching to another drug (after talking to your doctor). Do not take extra medicine to make up for the dose you missed. Just skip the missed dose and carry on with the usual schedule. Although an overdose of Propecia is not expected to cause life-threatening symptoms, seek emergency medical help if you think you have taken too much of Propecia.