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What is Finasteride?

Finasteride is used to help make a prostate gland smaller for those who suffer from benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). The prostate is an organ in males and part of the reproductive system. It produces the milky fluid that surrounds sperm. Men over 50 years old can develop a problem that causes the prostate to enlarge, which can lead to the urine flow being restricted.

Finasteride is used to reduce common symptoms that are a problem in BPH, including interrupted or weak flow of urine, constantly feeling the need to urinate, needing to urinate more often than usual especially during the night, the feeling that you need to urinate that instant or delays to being able to urinate. The medication is also used to help offer treatment to men suffering from hair loss. It is not used for any women problems.

Do I need to inform my healthcare provider about anything before taking Finasteride?

You should inform your doctor or healthcare provider if you suffer from the following:

  • Kidney infections or disease;
  • Prostate cancer;
  • Liver disease;
  • An allergic or unusual reaction to any ingredients in finasteride, dyes, foods, preservatives or other medications.

You should also warn your doctor if you are being prescribed the medication and are female. This is not for female use.

How should this medication be taken?

The Finasteride tablets are to be taken orally with water. You do not need to take it with food and should take the tablets at regular periods. Follow the directions that your doctor or healthcare provider gave you and never take more than directed.

If a child is taking the medication, always consult a healthcare professional who deals with children or a pediatrician as special attention may be required.

If you believe that you have taken more dosages than you should have, contact the nearest emergency room or poison control center immediately.

Do not give your medication to others as this is prescribed for you only.

I’ve missed a dose. What should I do?

If you find that you have skipped a dose, take it as soon as you remember. If you remember the next day, only take the dose for that day. Never take extra or double doses.

Is there anything that may interact with Finasteride?

The following medication may cause adverse effects when using Finasteride:

  • Saw palmetto;
  • Soy isoflavones supplements;
  • Some medications to treat blood pressure problems;
  • Some male hormone therapies, including testosterone.

You should inform your doctor if you are taking any type of medication, including non-prescription medications, health supplements and herbal remedies. You should also inform your doctor if you drink alcohol or caffeinated beverages, you smoke or if you partake in illegal drugs. The medication may not work correctly if you mix with any of the above. You should also talk to your doctor about starting or stopping any of your medications.

Is there anything I should look out for when taking Finasteride?

You should not donate any blood up to six months after your last finasteride dose. This will help to avoid giving the medication to a woman through any blood transfusion, especially when pregnant.

If you do not experience any improvement in any symptoms, talk to your healthcare provider. You will need a six to 12 month dose to gain the best possible results.

Finasteride is dangerous for unborn babies so pregnant women – or those trying to get pregnant – should not handle any Finasteride tablet that has been crushed or broken. Check with your doctor if a pregnant woman has touched the medication. Exposure should not harm the baby as long as the medication is not swallowed.

If you are undergoing any PSA laboratory tests for your prostate cancer, you should inform your healthcare provider immediately as Finasteride can interfere with the results. If you are taking the medication and receive any test date, inform the laboratory immediately.

Are there any side effects to taking Finasteride?

There are some side effects that do not need immediate attention. However, if any of these do become bothersome or continue for a long period of time, inform your healthcare provider). Side effects include:

  • Tenderness or enlargement of the breasts;
  • A rash on the skin;
  • Any sexual difficulties, including getting an erection or losing your desire;
  • A low amount of semen released.

This is not a full list of all adverse effects that may be noticed.

Where should I store the medication?

Keep all medication out of children’s reach. Place it into a container that is difficult for children to open.

Store the medication at a temperature between 15C and 30C (59F and 86F). Store in a dark place. Discard unused medication one it reaches its date of expirary.