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Finpecia is a medication for men that is indicated for the treatment of male patterned hair loss. It was formulated solely for men, women should never use it! The active ingredient Finasteride absorbs into the skin, blocks the formation of DHT (one of the male hormones that causes hair loss), and gives the hair follicles a possibility to recover and grow. The medicine is mostly used at the top of the head and the middle frontal part of the head areas.
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What is Finpecia?
Finpecia (finasteride) is an inhibitor of intracellular enzymes that convert testosterone into dihydrotestosterone (DHT). It is used to treat androgenic alopecia by preventing further hair loss and even promoting hear growth in some cases. This medicine cannot be used to treat women’s hair loss.
What are the indications for using Finpecia?
Finpecia is mainly used to treat male pattern baldness. This condition is characterized by the receding hairline in some men, while others exhibit balding of the crown of the head. However, this drug cannot be used to treat people who have thinning hair at the temples. Moreover, it cannot be used by women and children.
What is the dosage of Finpecia?
Before you start taking Finpecia, the correct dosage should be determined by your doctor. The usual dosage for the treatment of baldness is 1 mg of Finpecia per day. In most cases, the results are seen only after 3 months of treatment. However, if you stop taking this medicine, all the progress that you’ve made over the past 9 to 12 months will be lost.
Patients who suffer from benign prostatic hyperplasia are usually prescribed 5 mg of Finasteride per day.
What are the contraindications for using Finpecia?
Finpecia should never be prescribed to women and children. Pregnant women shouldn’t even handle the tablets with their bare hands, as the drug can be absorbed by the skin and cause damage to the unborn baby.
Finpecia shouldn’t be used by people, who are allergic to finasteride, have bladder muscle disorders of any kind, have liver disease, prostate cancer, and stricture of the urethra.
What are the adverse effects of Finpecia?
Finpecia (finasteride) may be the cause of a number of side effects which include inability to maintain an erection, problems with ejaculation, decreased sexual desire, depression, and pain in the testicles. These side effects are quite common and should only be addressed if they are persistent or very severe.
Some of the side effects caused by finasteride can be serious and should be addressed immediately. They include changes in the size of the breasts, breast lumps, nipple discharge, skin rash, hives, swellings of the face, and difficulty breathing and swallowing.
Moreover, finasteride may increase the risk of developing high-grade prostate cancer. This type of cancer is more dangerous than other types of prostate cancer since it grows more rapidly, producing metastases sooner.