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How to get finasteride online in Canada with Maple.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is finasteride and how does it work?
The generic brand for Propecia is finasteride. Finasteride is a type of medication used for men to treat hair loss and other male conditions such as enlarged prostate. In America, ⅔ of men will experience some form of hair loss by the time they hit 35.
The medication works by decreasing the level of DHT in your body, allowing for an increase in hair growth, or decrease in hair loss.
If you are experiencing hair loss symptoms, you can speak to a doctor on Maple to see if finasteride is right for you.
How do you use finasteride?
Finasteride should be used as a doctor recommends. Typical dosages are one tablet (1mg) a day and should be swallowed with a drink of water.
It is important to take doses on time and to not double up to make up for days you forgot to take it.
What are the side effects and risks of finasteride?
Although side effects are uncommon (<2% at hair loss doses), some may experience a loss of sex drive, trouble having an orgasm or erection. Side effects can also include light-headedness, and swelling in hands and feet.
Side effects of finasteride are all reversible after medication discontinuation. You should always speak with a doctor to make sure that finasteride is right for you.
Does finasteride expire?
Finasteride does expire. There will be an expiration date listed near the batch number on the prescription bottle or on the pharmacy label. If there is no expiry listed, it’s considered expired one year from the date of dispensing. It’s not dangerous to take expired finasteride, but its potency can’t be guaranteed after expiration. It’s recommended if your prescription has expired to take the remainder to a take-back program, available at most pharmacies. If you believe you need to continue taking finasteride, talk to a doctor at Maple about whether the prescription or refill is necessary.