I'm thinking of trying propecia to forestall hair loss, but I've read that there are some possible side effects in terms of loss of sex drive (ouch) and changes in body hair...I'm totally cool with less back hair , but don't really want to lose armpit, chest,or pubic hair 'cuz I don't want to look less "guy like". Anyone have any personal experience using this, especially in combination with Rogaine?View Thread
Hey kawboy, just tried this myself...and it worked great! Always felt a little jealous of guys with nice dark pits and bush, and finally realized I can have 'em, too for just a few minutes a month. Really like the dark pits as well and yeah, I actually do sneak a look at them now and again. Without getting into too much detail, let's just say the increasingly manly look has been, um, well received in the bedroom .View Thread
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