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Propecia is a drug that is largely employed in the treatment of such conditions as benign prostatic hyperplasia and hair loss. It acts by preventing the conversion of testosterone to dihydrotestosterone (DHT) in the human male body. The conversion of testosterone to DHT is the primary cause of baldness and enlarged prostate development.
The main usage of Propecia is to treat cases of enlarged prostate (also known as benign prostatic hyperplasia, in scientific terms). Treatment with Propecia can also be employed to treat hair loss, baldness or male pattern baldness. Other conditions can be treated as well by use of Propecia (Finasteride), so if you want t o know more about why you have been prescribed Propecia, ask your personal health care specialist.
Before starting treatment with Propecia, it is advised that you let your personal physician know about any diseases you are suffering from at the moment, and make sure he or she is aware of your entire medical history, as some conditions may require receiving an altered dosage, undergoing special monitoring while following Propecia treatment or may prevent you from taking Propecia altogether. The intakes should be accompanied with a glass of water, to reduce stomach upset. They can also be taken with or without food, according to personal preference.

Contraindications

Propecia is a male only medicine, and therefore there is no reason for it to be indicated to or taken by women. Pregnant women in particular should avoid all contact with the drug, as it can be absorbed by the skin and can cause birth defects on an unborn baby. Any kind of contact can be hazardous, especially if the Propecia pill has been crushed or broken, as in this state it can more easily pass through the skin.
Special care should be employed when the patient following Finasteride treatment has history of liver disease. Please make sure your personal health care specialist is aware of any liver condition that you may have, or have had in the past, as this situation calls for an altered dosage and special monitoring during treatment. There are no restrictions on food or beverage consumption while following treatment with Propecia.

Intake Guidelines

Talk to your personal health care specialist and set up a regular intake schedule for your Propecia treatment, and follow it closely. He should also supply with a detailed list of intake guidelines, and if you have trouble understanding any of the intake guidelines, please ask your doctor, a pharmacist or a nurse to help you clarify them. Special monitoring may be required during a treatment with Propecia, to make sure there are no signs of prostate cancer developing at any time.

Dosage

Ask your personal health care specialist to give you the Propecia dosage best suited to you, as it largely depends on a number of factors such as age, sex, weight, general health condition and medical history. Under no circumstances should you self medicate. Once you have the dosage the doctor specified, make sure you are closely following it, without altering the Propecia doses in any way, either by changing the time interval between intakes or the intake dosage.

Overdose

There have been no studied cases of Finasteride overdose, but if you have reasons to suspect that you are suffering from one, immediately consult your personal health care specialist or go to the nearest hospital to seek emergency medical attention. The exact symptoms of Propecia overdose have not yet been established, so almost any type of effects can come with an overdose with Propecia, most likely with serious - and possibly even lethal - consequences.

Missed Dose

You should always remember to take Propecia as scheduled. Should you ever happen to miss a dose, take it as soon as you remember, unless it is almost time for another intake. If it is almost time for another intake, it is better to entirely skip that dose and continue with the regular intake schedule. Never take a double dose of Propecia to make up for a lost one. It is advised that you let your personal health care specialist know about any doses you may have missed, as he could decide to modify your dosage or intake schedule depending on the number of missed doses and the usual dosage.

Side Effects

There are a few side effects associated with Propecia treatment. Some of the more serious are allergic reactions, such as hives, closed throat, breathing difficulties, swellings of the tongue, lips or mouth. Should you experience any of these, immediately seek medical attention at the nearest hospital. Other side effects may appear as well when following Propecia treatment: a decrease in sex drive, a decrease in the volume of ejaculation, impotence or enlarged breasts. Other effects may appear as well, so if you notice anything unusual and suspect it's related to your Propecia treatment, immediately contact your personal health care specialist.

Interactions

To this point, there have been no cases in which Propecia interacted with other commonly indicated drugs. However, it is best that you let your personal health care specialist know about any other drugs, vitamins, minerals or nutritional supplements you are currently taking before starting the treatment, as there may be some circumstances where Propecia dosage needs to be adjusted, or special monitoring needs to be employed during the treatment.

Other Brand Names

In some countries Propecia may also be known as:
- Ambulase;
- Andozac;
- Andropel;
- Avertex;
- Dilaprost;
- Finaburg;
- Finasteride;
- Finasterin;
- Finastid;
- Finprostat;
- Flutiamik;
- Folcres;
- Gefina;
- HPB;
- Nasteril;
- Nasterol;
- Pro-Cure;
- Prosmin;
- Prostanovag;
- Prostene;
- Renacidin;
- Saniprostol;
- Sutrico;
- Tealep;
- Tricofarma;
- Urofin;
- Vastus;
- Vetiprost;

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