TODAY Reports on Propecia Links to Sexual Dysfunction

This morning the TODAY show reported on a new study that links the hair loss drug Propecia with sexual dysfunction.

The study was conducted by Dr. Michael Irwig at George Washington University and published today in the Journal of Sexual Medicine. It found a majority of men who experienced sexual dysfunctional side effects while taking Propecia continued to experience them even after they stopped using the drug.

Those men were lead to believe that the side effects would cease once they discontinued use of the drug.

 

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