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Finasteride is a prescription drug used to treat hair loss, which works by blocking DHT, the hormone responsible for male-pattern hair loss. Set a reminder and take one tablet per day, anytime.
Finasteride is a hair loss prescription medication, which works by blocking DHT, the hormone responsible for male-pattern hair loss. Please read the product information leaflet.
Men with mild to moderate hair loss that have begun to notice their hair receding around the temples and crown area. If you are a 2 or 3 on the Norwood Scale, this is the plan for you.
Finasteride helps to block the production of the hormone DHT.
Men that experience male pattern hair loss have a sensitivity to the hormone DHT. This hormone causes your hair follicles to shrink which leads to your hair strands being cut off from the nutrients in your blood and eventually falling out of the scalp.
You need to take Finasteride once a day as part of your normal routine. We recommend attaching this to a normal day to day activity, such as brushing your teeth or having breakfast to avoid missing any doses.
Each monthly package contains:
Most men will notice Finasteride results after 6 months of continuous usage. However, optimum results are usually experienced from the 12 months onwards. It’s important to remember that visible results will only be achieved with regular and consistent administration.
You should use this Finasteride if you’re looking for a hair loss treatment that is backed by science. Finasteride is one of two FDA-approved medications for effectively treating male pattern hair loss. If you’re worried that your hair has receded past the early stages, you should combine your Finasteride use with Minoxidil.
As with all medications, there is always a small risk of side effects. These medications are approved and licensed however by the licensing authority - MHRA, which means they are considered safe and effective for their intended use. Finasteride is well studied, having been available since the 1990s to treat hair loss and benign prostatic hypertrophy. Finasteride’s side effect profile is very favourable, with up to 4% of people reporting possible related side effects. These side effects tend to happen in the first six months of taking the medication and the vast majority resolve on cessation of Finasteride.
You can read more about Finasteride side effects here.
Please note, you must always read the complete list of side effects in the Patient Information Leaflet (PIL) enclosed with your medication before taking it for the first time and if you have any questions please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please report any adverse events to Yellowcard
Sons Finasteride is regulated by the MHRA, you can find the public assessment report here.
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It takes some time for changes to become visible. Some men will shed more fine hairs than normal, but this is only temporary.
Hair loss may have considerably slowed or stopped completely. Some people see signs of regrowth, primarily at the crown of the head.
As the medication continues to work, miniaturised hairs will be replaced by thicker healthier hairs which leads to a gradual improvement in hair density over time .
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