Finasteride is used alone or with other medication to treat symptoms of benign prostatic hyperplasia in men with enlarged prostate. Finasteride is used to treat male pattern hair loss in men. Finasteride might be used for functions not noted in this medication guide. Using finasteride may increase your risk of developing a significant type of prostate cancer. If a woman is exposed to it throughout pregnancy, Finasteride can cause birth problems. The medication from a busted tablet computer can be absorbed via the skin. You will require regular prostate specific antigen tests to look for prostate cancer. Inform your physician if you stop taking finasteride regularly due to the fact that this might influence your PSA test results. You'll usually take finasteride tablets once daily. Use a prophylactic when having sex if your partner is pregnant or can get pregnant. If the tablets are damaged, the medication can travel through your skin and can harm your child. To see to it this medicine is risk-free for you, inform a medical professional if you: have had an allergy to finasteride or any other medications in the past; have serious bladder issues; have liver troubles; are pursuing a baby or have a pregnant companion, this medication passes into semen and can impact a coming child. Finasteride is used to treat men with benign prostatic hyperplasia and male pattern baldness, called androgenetic alopecia. Men with BPH usually have problem peing, a decreased flow of urination, doubt at the beginning of urination, and a demand to rise during the night to pee. For men with loss of hair, finasteride will increase the number of scalp hairs however will not increase the amount of body hair. The result of finasteride on the prostate and scalp will only last as long as the medicine is taken.
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