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If you would like to learn more about finasteride, please see the full prescription information here. You are encouraged to report negative side effects of prescription drugs to the FDA. Visit MedWatch: or call 1-800-FDA-1088.)




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If it's less than 6 hours since you were due to take it, take your finasteride as soon as you remember.If it's more than 6 hours since your dose was due, skip the missed dose and take the next one at the usual time.


Do not touch any crushed or broken finasteride tablets if there's any chance you could be pregnant. Finasteride can get into your bloodstream through your skin if you handle broken tablets. This is why the tablets come with a protective coating.


However, there have been reports of breast cancer in some men taking finasteride, but this is rare. Speak to your doctor if you get any changes in your chest area such as lumps, pain or swelling, or discharge from your nipples.


Since 2014, when Propecia came out of patent protection, lower cost generic finasteride 1mg (from 35p each) has been licensed for sale in the UK. Generic finasteride 1mg tablets and Propecia tablets are medically the same.


The UK patent for Propecia expired in 2014. 'Generic Propecia' or more accurately 'generic finasteride' became available from other pharmaceutical companies. A generic medicine is a medicine which is the same as a branded original, but is prescribed and supplied by its medical name, rather than its brand name.


Propecia is a brand name. The active ingredient of Propecia tablets is finasteride 1mg. Propecia tablets and finasteride 1mg tablets are medically the same. Dr Fox may supply any UK licensed generic version (Accord, Amarox, Bristol, Mylan, Milpharm/Aurobindo, Relonchem).


Clinical studies show improved hair growth usually noticeable after 4-6 months of taking finasteride 1mg daily. Maximum benefit is seen at 1-2 years. At 2 years 66% of men had improved hair growth counts compared to 7% of those taking no drug.


Finasteride 1mg is usually well tolerated by most men and side effects are uncommon. Men taking finasteride are at increased risk for erectile dysfunction, decreased libido, or other ejaculation disorder with up to 1 in 27 reporting changes in the first year. This is not generally severe enough to prevent continued use (1% mention it as a reason for stopping).


Important: if you develop any lumps or experience pain in your breast area, or discharge from your nipples, please consult your GP. There have been rare reports of breast cancer in men who have taken finasteride.


Some men have reported episodes of depressive illness in association with the use of finasteride 1mg for male pattern hair loss. There are some reports of men having suicidal thoughts. If low mood or depression develops stop treatment immediately and consult your GP straight away.


Many websites suggest either taking finasteride 1mg for only 3 days a week or splitting the tablets and taking either 0.25mg or 0.5mg daily, to reduce the risk of side effects from taking finasteride to treat male pattern hair loss.


Finasteride works by suppressing the conversion of testosterone to DHT (dihydrotestosterone) which causes shrinkage of hair follicles and hair loss. Research has shown that 1mg finasteride daily maintains this suppression in the majority of men. A lower dose, as in splitting the tablets, may sometimes be sufficient to suppress the effect of DHT on follicles. However, a lower than 1mg dose will not be enough for most men.


The tablets are not easy to split and may crumble, as they are film coated. It is extremely important that broken or crushed pills are not inadvertently touched by pregnant women or women who may become pregnant, as the active ingredient can be damaging to an unborn child. The film coating is an extra protection, therefore splitting finasteride pills is not recommended.


No. Thinning of hair and hair loss in women is different from that in men, and it does not respond to