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Studies have recently shown that negative side effects of Propecia can last for more than a year after an individual stops taking Propecia. If you have been injured by the drug Propecia, you should discuss your options with an Aspen Propecia attorney.
Propecia is a drug that is used to treat hair loss and male pattern baldness. Propecia may have some potentially negative side effects, including: sexual dysfunction, depression, and anxiety. If you have experienced these side effect, or any other side effect from taking Propecia, you should contact an attorney today.
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