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It is normal for everybody to lose between 50 and 100 hairs per day without even noticing but whilst this hair will return, some types of hair loss are permanent. Pattern baldness is a type of permanent hair loss which men experience as thinning hair on the scalp, receding hairline and/or balding. This runs in families and can be upsetting. Finasteride 1mg tablets are the generic version of the popular male pattern baldness treatment Propecia. By lowering the levels of DHT, Finasteride medication increases hair growth on the scalp of men with mild to moderate hair loss, and prevents the loss of any more. The effects of this hair loss medication can be seen in 3 to 6 months.
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Finasteride For Hair loss
Finasteride for hair loss prevents the conversion of testosterone to dihydrotestosterone in the body. This is prescribed when a person has male pattern hair loss (androgenetic alopecia) and wants to prevent any further hair loss.
It is generally used for men who have mild to moderate, not complete, hair loss. By lowering the levels of DHT (Dihydrotestosterone), Finasteride for Hair Loss can help reverse the balding process and prevent any further loss of hair.
Finasteride is one of, if not the most effective treatment for male pattern baldness available. Results include up to 90% of users seeing an improvement in hair growth.
Over a five year period, a clinical trial was carried out on over 1800 men, with each taking one Finasteride tablet a day. The Finasteride results showed that it had slowed and reversed balding in more than 90% of the men.
The Finasteride results have been since compared to another hair growth/slower product called Regaine and has shown to be more effective.
Finasteride Before and After
For pictures of Finasteride before and after, check out these before and after pictures from Bernstein Medical, a centre for hair transplants and restoration.
Each is labelled with the treatment used, amount of time and strength. None of the above have had hair transplant procedures and the Finasteride before and after results will vary from person to person.
Finasteride Side Effects
Like with all medicine, Finasteride Side Effects can occur but these aren’t experienced by everyone. If you experience any of these Finasteride side effects, especially if any of them are getting progressively worse, immediately stop and speak to your doctor as soon as possible.
Below is a list of Finasteride Side Effects experienced more, or less when people have taken the Finasteride 5mg tablet. For a full list, please refer to the patient information leaflet.
Stop taking Finasteride tablets and contact your doctor if you experience any of the following –
- Symptoms of an allergic reaction
- Less desire to have sex
- Problems with ejaculation
- Erectile dysfunction (difficulty keeping an erection)
- Allergic reaction
- Tenderness or swelling of the breast
- Testicular pain
- Increased/fast heart beat
- Changes in the way your liver works
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“At the tender age of 25, I noticed that my hair was beginning to thin. Not wanting to look like my dad or brother, I got a prescription for Propecia. So far, it’s been working. In fact, if I miss a dosage, I’ll notice little bits of my hair fall into my keyboard or the pages of a book I’m reading! Yes, this medication is expensive. My insurance won’t cover it at all. (Funny that they cover Viagra, though). The only side effect is that I do notice a slight decrease in my sex drive – but honestly that’s probably good. Keeps me out of trouble.”
Finasteride is available over the counter. It’s also available on prescription from a medical professional. It can then be brought to a pharmacist or from getting it via Finasteride NHS.
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A common question we get is ‘Does Finasteride work?’
Recent studies have shown that it can help with male pattern baldness by slowing or reversing hair lose in up to 90% of patients. Results can vary from person to person, with some gaining more hair than others.
For more information on whether or not ‘Does Finasteride work?’ and clinical trials conducted, click here.
Finasteride or Propecia
Finasteride or Propecia is the choice between a branded drug and non-branded drug. Propecia is the branded drug, whereas Finasteride is the active ingredient in Propecia.
The difference between Finasteride or Propecia is that they ultimately serve the same purpose, however they are made differently. They are both very similar but do use different inactive ingredients to create the tablet, which can result in different side effects when taking either one.
Lastly, with Finasteride being a generic drug, you may find it to be cheaper than procepia.
Finasteride 5mg is available as a higher dose but is used for a completely different purpose. The Finasteride 5mg dose is used to treat prostatic hyperplasia, which is an enlarged prostate.
Expecting a higher dose to get you better results in this case isn’t true. Finasteride 1mg and 5mg are no more effective than one another at treating male pattern hair loss.
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The recommended dose is one tablet each day. The tablet can be taken with or without food.
It may take 3 to 6 months for the full effect to develop. It is important to keep taking finasteride for as long as your doctor tells you. If you stop taking finasteride, you are likely to lose the hair you have gained within 9 to 12 months.
Do not take finasteride:
if you are a woman (because this medicine is for men). It has been shown in clinical trials that Propecia does not work in women with hair loss.
Propecia should not be used in children. There are no data demonstrating efficacy or safety of finasteride in children under the age of 18.
Losing your hair isn’t usually anything to be worried about but it can be upsetting. Treatment may help with some types of hair loss.
Causes of hair loss
It’s normal to lose hair. We can lose between 50 and 100 hairs a day, often without noticing.
Hair loss isn’t usually anything to be worried about but occasionally it can be a sign of a medical condition.
Some types of hair loss are permanent, like male and female pattern baldness. This type of hair loss usually runs in the family.
Other types of hair loss may be temporary. They can be caused by:
See a GP if:
you have sudden hair loss
you develop bald patches
you’re losing hair in clumps
your head also itches and burns
you’re worried about your hair loss
What happens at your appointment
Your GP should be able to tell you what’s causing your hair loss by looking at your hair.
Tell your GP if your hair loss is affecting your wellbeing and ask what treatments are available.
See your GP first to get a clear and accurate idea of what’s causing your hair loss before thinking about going to a commercial hair clinic, which can be costly.
Treatment for hair loss
Most hair loss doesn’t need treatment and is either:
temporary and it will grow back
a normal part of getting older
Hair loss caused by a medical condition usually stops or grows back once you’ve recovered.
There are things you can try if your hair loss is causing you distress. However, most treatments are not available on the NHS so you will have to pay for them.
No treatment is 100% effective.
Finasteride and minoxidil
Finasteride and minoxidil are the main treatments for male pattern baldness.
Minoxidil can also be used to treat female pattern baldness. Women should not use finasteride.
Losing hair can be upsetting. For many people, hair is an important part of who they are.
If your hair loss is causing you distress, your GP may be able to help you get some counselling.
You may also benefit from joining a support group, or speaking to other people in the same situation on online forums.
Try these online support groups:
Like all medicines, this medicine can cause side effects, although not everybody gets them. Some of the side effects are temporary with continued treatment or disappeared when treatment is stopped.
Stop taking Propecia and talk to your doctor if you experience:
Symptoms of an allergic reaction: swelling of your lips, face, tongue and throat; difficulty swallowing; lumps under your skin (hives) and breathing difficulties. Stop taking Propecia and talk to your doctor immediately.
Depression (feeling of severe sadness and unworthiness).
You should promptly report to your doctor any changes in your breast tissue such as lumps, pain, enlargement or nipple discharge as these may be signs of a serious condition, such as breast cancer.
Uncommon: may affect up to 1 in 100 people
you may be unable to have an erection (impotence)
you may have less desire to have sex
you may have problems with ejaculation, for example a decrease in the amount of semen released during sex. This decrease in the amount of semen does not appear to affect normal sexual function
breast swelling or tenderness
palpitations (feeling your heartbeat)
changes in the way your liver is working, which can be shown by a blood test
pain in the testicles
persistent difficulty having an erection after discontinuation of treatment
persistent decrease in sex drive after discontinuation of treatment
persistent problems with ejaculation after discontinuation of treatment
male infertility and/or poor quality of semen
If any of these side effects gets serious, or if you notice any side effects not listed on this leaflet please tell your doctor or pharmacist. It will help if you make a note of what happened, when it started and how long it lasted.
Will the use of Propecia affect the hair on other parts of your body?
Propecia does not affect hair on other parts of the body.
What else should you know about Propecia?
Finasteride can also be used for a type of prostate problem called ‘benign prostatic hyperplasia’ or BPH. Information collected from a clinical trial in men taking finasteride 5 mg (a dose 5 times higher than Propecia) for 7 years showed:
the number of men who developed prostate cancer was lower in men taking finasteride compared with those taking nothing
the number of men who had a high score in a tumour grading system was higher in some of those taking finasteride compared to those taking nothing
the effect of long-term use of finasteride on tumours of this kind is unknown.
If you would like further information about the tumour grading syste.
or a full list of side effects see manufacturers
Paitient Information Leaflet
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