Finpecia Tablet is used to treat hair loss in men. It is used to increase hair growth and prevent further hair loss with male pattern baldness (gradual thinning of hair with receding hairline or thinning on the top of the head).
Finpecia Tablet is to be taken by mouth with or without food. The dose and duration of the medicine should be taken as per prescription. An overdose of it may cause harm to your health. It is better to take the medicine at the same time each day and it must be swallowed as a whole. It may take some time for the medicine to act upon the symptoms, so it is important to take the medicine regularly. The course of the treatment should be completed for better efficacy of the medicine.
This medicine is usually well tolerated. However, it may cause some mild sexual side effects such as low decreased libido, erectile dysfunction, and ejaculation disorder. Some people may also experience allergic reactions such as itching, rashes, and swelling of the lips or face. If you experience any of these side effects, consult your doctor without delay.
Before starting the treatment, it is important to tell your doctor if you are taking any medication for any health condition.
USES OF FINPECIA TABLET
- Treatment of Hair loss
BENEFITS OF FINPECIA TABLET
In Treatment of Hair loss
SIDE EFFECTS OF FINPECIA TABLET
Common side effects of Finpecia
- Decreased libido
- Erectile dysfunction
- Ejaculation disorder
HOW TO USE FINPECIA TABLET
HOW FINPECIA TABLET WORKS
Finpecia Tablet is not indicated in women.
However, Finpecia Tablet should be used with caution in these patients.
- Store at temperature between (15-25°C)
- Keep Finpecia Tablet out of the reach of children
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