Propecia (finasteride) can be prescribed for the treatment of males diagnosed with male pattern hair loss. Your health care provider may also recommend this medicine if you have been diagnosed with benign prostatic hyperplasia to reduce the chance of acute urinary retention and improve some of the symptoms of this condition. Take this medicine with or without food with a full glass of water. In most cases you will need to take this medication once a day. It may take you up to three months before you notice the first benefits of the treatment. However, if Propecia did not work for you after 12 months of taking it regularly, it is probably not going to be efficient. Taking Propecia for hair loss means that you will need to be using it all the time. This medicine is efficient only as long as you take it regularly and just as prescribed. If you stop taking Propecia all the results achieved will be lost within a one year period. An overdose of this medicine is not expected to produce any life-threatening symptoms. However, you will need to report any cases of taking too much of Propecia to your health care provider. The following mild side effects are possible when this medicine is used: swelling in your hands or feet, swelling or tenderness in your breasts, abnormal ejaculation, loss of interest in sex, pain in the testicles, impotence, weakness, headache, runny nose, trouble having an orgasm, dizziness, and skin rash. The mild side effects mentioned do not need to be reported to your health care provider, as in most cases they do not change in intensity or get bothersome. More serious side effects are quite rare and can be any of the following: itching, changes in the breasts, swelling of the lips and face, rash, or hives. Make sure you inform your health care provider of the fact or using any nutritional supplements, prescription and nonprescription medications, herbal products, or vitamins, as there is a risk some of them can cause interactions with Propecia. Never share your medicine with other people - every patient must be first examined by the doctor to make sure they will benefit from the treatment. Pregnant women must avoid being exposed to crushed tablets of Propecia as its active ingredient can get absorbed through skin affecting the health of an unborn baby. If a pregnant woman by accident comes into contact with a crushed tablet of Propecia, make sure you wash the area affected with some water and consult a doctor. The missed dose of this medicine must be taken as soon as possible. However, if it's almost time for you to take another dose, it's best to skip the one you missed and continue with the treatment as before. Make sure to store Propecia in a tightly closed container in some place where it will not be accessed by small children. If you think the dose of Propecia you have been prescribed is not working properly for you, tell your health care provider, but do not adjust the dose yourself, as this can lead to an overdose of this medicine and some side effects.
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