Finpecia — is a remedy to stop hair loss. Sometimes finasteride allows growing new terminal hair, but it happens rarely. It is believed that the main task is to stop further baldness. This drug is taken in pill form ingested each day. Propecia is medication based on finasteride which is approved for use by the department of quality control of products and medicines of the USA (FDA (Food and Drug Administration) or USFDA – a government agency subordinate to the ministry of health of the United States). This is one of two drugs approved by the FDA for the treatment of baldness.
Finpecia in pills is a powerful drug for the treatment of androgenic alopecia in men.
It is successfully applied in the fight against hereditary baldness. It is used in case of alopecia, diseases that exacerbate the full-fledged development of the follicle, and other problems associated with hair loss.
Finpecia for hair is high-quality analogue of Propecia, with the same composition, but it is much cheaper.
It is marketed under international unpatented name, and enjoys great popularity in Europe.
The drug has a mild effect on the body and has no side effects, so it is allowed to all men over the age of 18.
Indications for use
The drug is prescribed for the treatment, rehabilitation and support of hair health.
The drug prevents hair loss, excessive shedding, strengthens it, and helps to improve the appearance condition. It stimulates the development of follicles.
Method of application
You are allowed to take no more than one pill of Finpecia per day. It is taken orally. The pills are washed down with warm water. It is taken on an empty stomach; in case of diseases of the gastrointestinal tract you should take it with food.
The recommended course of treatment is 6 – 7 months.
Obvious changes after taking the pills occur not earlier than six months.
The use of the drug is contraindicated to people with high skin sensitivity, with uropathy, prostate tumors and infectious diseases of the prostate.
Basically, finasteride is well tolerated. The observed minor side effects do not require discontinuation of treatment. The clinical testing was conducted on a large number of men (over 3200) of different ages, races and nationalities.
Approximately one percent of the testees noticed a slight decrease in libido and unexpressed erectile dysfunction. 0.8% of them observed the decrease in sperm. However, these effects ceased after the interruption of the course, and with the continuation of treatment.