Propecia Finasteride – Important Dos And Don’ts

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Propecia finasteride is the most effective drug treatment for male pattern hair loss. It is the first oral treatment – in the pill form – that helps stop further hair loss as well as boosts new hair growth in men who are prescribed this treatment for male pattern baldness.

About Propecia finasteride

Propecia finasteride is prescribed to men who suffer from male pattern baldness, which is also known as androgenetic alopecia. Finasteride in Propecia is the active ingredient, which works by lowering the dihydrotestosterone or DHT levels in the scalp. Although an important sex hormone, DHT weakens the hair follicles in the scalp, eventually leading to hair fall.

Propecia is not for everyone. It is specifically designed for men who suffer from male pattern baldness. It is not a safe hair loss treatment for women and children. Before taking Propecia, males suffering from male pattern hair loss must undergo a proper consultation with a medical doctor to obtain a valid prescription, which is a pre-requisite for buying Propecia from offline or an online pharmacy. If you choose to buy using the online method, then you must make sure that the selected online source conducts an online consultation as this is mandatory.

When should you not take Propecia?

Since Propecia finasteride is a prescription pill, you should not procure it illegally or without a consultation from a doctor. Additionally, you should not take Propecia for your hair loss treatment if:

• You are allergic to finasteride or any of the inactive ingredients contained in Propecia
• You obtain it in a torn or tampered packaging online or from a local pharmacy
• The expiry date on your Propecia pack has passed

Who should not take Propecia?

Propecia should not be taken by men without a doctor’s recommendation, or without discussing it with their personal physician. It is a prescription pill that can cause some undesirable side effects among users. If you take Propecia despite being ineligible, it can have serious repercussions in certain people.

Handling crushed or broken Propecia tablets with bare hands can be harmful for pregnant women as the unborn foetus can have severe birth defects. Therefore, it is advisable to store Propecia tablets safely where women will not need to touch it and especially out of the reach of children.

While taking a consultation for Propecia, you should tell your doctor about your existing medical conditions or if you have had any in the past. In addition, inform your doctor about your allergies to specific medicines, foods, preservatives, or dyes. When undergoing an online consultation, you also need to mention similar details in the online questionnaire that is provided to you by your selected online source or clinic. Once you provide all the details, your doctor is better able to judge your eligibility for Propecia in a more thorough manner.

Although an effective treatment for male pattern baldness, Propecia can cause some possible side effects amongst users. Some of the common side effects of Propecia are reduced desire for sex or reduced amount of semen during sexual intercourse. However, these side effects do not occur in all men who take Propecia for hair loss treatment.

Propecia is also associated with some rare side effects such as skin rashes, itchiness, swelling or tenderness of the breast, hives, and even testicular pain. You should seek immediate medical help if you feel any discomfort during treatment or suffer from any of the above mentioned Propecia side effects.


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James Says:
 
Propecia finasteride is an effective medication for hair loss. It is prescribed for men only. It is not safe for women and children to handle Propecia, especially broken tablets. The foetus in pregnant mothers is especially vulnerable to Propecia; it can result in birth defects.

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