A lot of the treatments out there, for male pattern baldness, have the possible side effects of making the person undergoing the treatment impotent, or infertile, partial or complete loss of libido, ED disfunction, all due to lowering testosterone, increasing estrogen, blocking dht (as an attempt to stop the male hormones shrinking hair follicles in the scalp)
Such treatments are: propecia, rogaine, minoxidil, different shampoos, saw palmetto, different hair serum drops, supplement tablets, etc…
The Catholic Church teaches it is a mortal sin to deliberately make oneself incapable of having kids (such as an operation with that intent),
Is it then a mortal sin if someone is taking one of the above treatments to stop early male pattern baldness, and they recognise that the product is making them impotent,
Then it would be a mortal sin to continue to use the product?
Is it a sin for anyone to use those product then because those products have such side effects?
Does anyone have experience with using the supplement “Viviscal Man”, they are vitamin tablets that are supposed to stop hairloss and increase hair growth, they include saw palmetto which has a side effect of possibly making someone impotent,
Are there any products out there that work but are free of side effects such as the above:
Nanogen hair growth serum,
Do any of the above or other products work without unwanted side effects?