Can you save your hair and keep your mojo, too? That’s the question prompted by a new study investigating the sexual side effects of the drug finasteride (better known among the hair loss crowd as Propecia). Conducted by scientists at Northwestern University, it argues that finasteride, along with enlarged prostate-treatment drug dutasteride, causes long-term sexual dysfunction, persisting even after users have stopped taking the drug.
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