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Propecia is a medication that can be used by adult males to treat and prevent male pattern baldness. The generic name for this medication is finasteride. It may also be used to treat benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), or a noncancerous enlarged prostate. For treating enlarged prostate the drug is taken at a dosage of 5mg/day. The form of the drug used for treating enlarged prostate is known as Proscar.
Propecia was approved for treating male pattern baldness by the American Food and Drug Administration in 1997. The drug company known as Merck in the US and Canada or MSD everywhere else holds the patent on Propecia.
When taken for hair loss, Propecia affects the hair on the crown and the mid scalp area by slowing hair loss and promoting new hair growth. Propecia is taken orally, in tablet form. Propecia affects testosterone levels by shrinking the prostate and increasing testosterone levels, thus promoting hair growth on the scalp. This medication will not increase body hair growth.
Propecia must not be taken by women and children, particularly women who are pregnant or who want to become pregnant. Propecia may cause birth defects in the sex organs of male infants. The active ingredient in the tablets may also be absorbed by the skin, therefore women and children should not handle the medication. Propecia tablets have a protective coating on them, but if the tablet breaks, is crushed or becomes wet and comes into contact with the skin, the skin should be washed with soap and water immediately.
Men who take Propecia may experience the following side effects: difficulty achieving an erection, difficulty maintaining an erection, decrease in ejaculate, lowered sex drive, rash, itching, dizziness, trouble breathing, depression, testicular pain, tenderness in the breast, and male breast cancer. This is not an exhaustive list of side effects. If a patient suspects he is experiencing any of these side effects he should consult his physician. Men taking Propecia are at an increased risk of developing prostate cancer. Side effects and risks in patients taking Propecia in clinical trials are rare, but as with any medication it is important to note that there are potential side effects and risks. Some men experience persistent sexual side effects even after they have stopped taking Propecia.
Propecia is generally prescribed as a 1mg tablet once a day. A Propecia tablet is a tan, octagonal pill with a “P” logo. Medication should be taken at the same time every day. It does not matter if the medication is taken before, after or with a meal. After beginning treatment patients may wait up to 3 months before noticing hair growth. If the patient stops taking the medication any gains in hair growth are usually lost within 12 months.
Propecia is available at Chemist Warehouse online or in store. Propecia is also available for purchase online, without a prescription at edonlinestore.net however a prescription must be submitted. It is important to note that in Australia a prescription is required to be legally administered Propecia.