Generic Propecia Without Prescription

Propecia (finasteride) helps to treat male pattern baldness caused by a hormone DHT that interrupts and interacts with the normal process of healthy hair growth. Propecia is not recommended to people with certain liver problems as the active ingredient can build up in such patients causing unpleasant health effects. If you notice any breast changes (your breasts are enlarged or there are lumps in them) consult your health care provider as soon as possible. Propecia can cause life-threatening birth defects in unborn babies. If an expectant mother happens to handle a crushed tablet of Propecia she should contact a doctor immediately after washing the affected area with plenty of water. It is not known for sure whether this medicine can pass into breast milk. If you are breastfeeding and intend to take Propecia talk to your doctor about it.

Before you start taking Propecia your doctor needs to know about other medical condition you have besides male pattern baldness. These include liver disease, prostate cancer, inability to urinate, stricture of the urethra, or a bladder muscle disorder. Although an overdose of Propecia is not expected to have life-threatening symptoms, seek emergency medical assistance if you think you have taken too much of this drug. Some of the side effects patients taking Propecia may experience at the beginning of their treatment include impotence, decreased libido, swelling in the feet or hands, testicle pain, unusual weakness, dizziness, headache, mild skin rash, and runny nose. Unless these symptoms bother you, you do not need to report these side effects to your health care provider. Propecia is not intended for women or children and should not be taken by them.

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