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DHT: Prevent Hair Loss and Prostate Problems, Male Pattern Baldness

Propecia and Avodart can lower your DHT, prevent baldness and other common male health problems

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One solution to hair loss is a hair transplant. It's important to do your reasearch and find the right doctor.

Male pattern baldness affects so many men that many have come to think hair loss is inevitable. But early hair loss is a warning sign that your hormones are out of balance. This imbalance is known to raise your risk of prostate trouble and heart disease.

It is excess levels of the hormone dihydrotestosterone (DHT) that poison the hair follicles on the top of your head, causing loss of hair and eventually baldness. While killing your scalp hair, excess DHT can also cause more hair than is normal to grow on the rest of your body, and can cause other more serious health problems as you get older.

So what can you do about it? Ask your doctor about Propecia (finasteride) or Avodart (dutasteride). These medications can help lower your DHT levels. Hair loss is mostly preventable, and even to some degree reversible, if you take care of it soon enough. And by treating it early, you may lower your risk of more serious male health problems as well.

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The Medical Basis for Routine Circumcision
A quest for official medical authorities of the western world that advocate child circumcision. The historical basis of the procedure.

Child Circumcision
Why was it once popular in the US? Why is it in such rapid decline today?

Protect Your Son
How a father discovered, too late, that circumcision is not a good thing.

Jews and Circumcision

The Role of Circumcision in the Islamic World
by Sami Aldeeb

Self-Test for Sexual Sensitivity
How much of your sexual sensitivity has been cut away?

Do Not Promote Circumcision for Cancer Prevention
says the American Cancer Society

Reduction Surgery
Quotes from the medical profession.

Sexual Mutilation
Quotes from internet resources.

Boy's Death Highlights New Dangers of Neonatal Circumcision
Infants experiencing circumcision are more subject to Hypovolemic Shock and Methicillin Resistant Staphyloccus Aureus (MRSA).

Horror Stories
Many live with problems resulting from involuntary circumcision.

The Circumcision Decision
Answers to your questions about infant circumcision.

Care of Intact Boys
Answers to your questions about your young son's personal care.

Listing of Publications and Organizations
Support for parents who want to protect their family from involuntary genital alteration.

Glossary of Related Terms

Non-surgical foreskin restoration.

External links:
Circumcision Decision Maker
Avoid a circumcision mistake! Learn more about this permanent decision.

Anatomy and Mechanics of Intercourse
The physical function of the foreskin.
by Geoffrey T. Falk