For many, hair loss occurs as a natural part of the ageing process. Although hair loss rarely needs to be medically treated, many seek hair loss medication for cosmetic and personal purposes. Dependent upon the severity, both non-prescription and prescription hair growth treatments – such as Propecia or the generic, better value option Finasteride and Regaine (Minoxidil) – are available to stimulate hair growth.
Premature ejaculation can cause problems for the man and may cause problems in sexual relationships. Erectile Dysfunction (ED) is common amongst men between the ages of 40 and 70, as it is estimated that almost a half of men this age will suffer from some impotence problems. ED treatments are available in a variety of forms, however the most popular treatment used is tablets.
Propecia is a long-term daily tablet that can help prevent hair loss.
Regaine works for most men and has been shown to re-grow hair in 3 out of 5 men.
Thrush in men is usually treated by applying Canesten cream to the head of the penis 2-3 times daily for 10 to 14 days.
Men can also be treated by taking a single-dose anti-fungal capsule (Fluconazole).