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Propecia and Proscar are brand names of the generic drug called finasteride (pronounced fin-
AST-er-ide.) It is a medication used only by adult men to treat pattern hair loss. Despite the
similarities however, Propecia is the only FDA approved once-a-day pill, which is proven to help
reduce DHT, which in turn reverses the effect of pattern hair loss in men.

On the other hand, it is proven to be especially toxic for (potential and) child-bearing women,
because it causes deformity to the unborn babies - unborn male babies, specifically. Although the
drug is orally administered, crushed or broken fragments of a Propecia tablet are easily absorbed
by the skin. That is why Propecia bottle labels warn women about the danger of mishandling their
product. They do however, emphasize that touching an unbroken tablet is not expected to do
much damage, but these little tablets should not be swallowed or consumed by women.

Having said that, let's discuss what Propecia is.

The brand Propecia is a synthetic chemical compound, specifically designed to inhibit the
conversion of testosterone to DHT or dihydrotestosterone in the male's body. DHT is responsible
BPH or benign prostatic hyperplasia (enlarged prostate that results to urinary and bladder
infection, such as frequent and difficult urination especially at night) and androgenetic alopecia
(pattern hair loss.)

Primarily, Propecia's goal is to help men (and men only) between 18 to 41 slow down and / or
reverse the process of hair loss. One 1 mg. tablet a day is the recommended dosage for 3 months
or more. In any event, one should follow the directions on the label faithfully, and consult a health
specialist before you do decide to take the tablets. Self-medicating with Procepia is not advisable.
Also, you should ask your doctor if and when you may stop taking the drug.

Components of Procepia

One of the major components of Procepia is the generic drug called finasteride. The water soluble
finasteride helps shrink enlarged prostates and relieves symptoms caused by BPH and
androgenetic alopecia or male pattern hair loss.

The chemical compound of Procepia, aside from 5 mg. finasteride, includes inactive ingredients
like docusate sodium, hydrous lactose, hydroxypropyl cellulose LF, hydroxypropylmethyl cellulose,
magnesium stearate, microcrystalline cellulose, and sodium starch glycolate, titanium dioxide
combined with the binding agents FD&C Blue 2 Aluminum Lake, pre-gelatinized starch, talc,
and yellow iron oxide.

Precautions to Take
Like most potent drugs in the market, an intelligent consumer knows that there are (of course)
several special precautions to take.

It is imperative to consult a doctor first before taking Procepia and discuss your medical history like
urinary problems, etc, etc. If the drug happens to work for you, it's fine that you should tell
someone about it, but do not share your medication with anyone. Advise them to seek medical
consultation first.

If you are living with somebody, keep in mind that it is not wise to expose your female sexual
partner to Procepia, especially if you have plans on conceiving offspring.

Upon the initial intake, make sure to inform your doctor what your body's response is to Procepia.
Side-effects are rare but they do happen, so keep a smart watch over your self. Marked difference
in the reversal hair loss may take time (3 months or so.) This is due to the fact that it takes time for
the body to heal and for hair follicles to grow.

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