What is Proscar and what is it used for?
Proscar is a drug used for the treatment of male patients with benign prostatic hyperplasia. Its effects are based on preventing the process of conversion of testosterone to dihydrotestosterone, as this is the kind of process prostate enlargement is linked to. This drug is available by prescription and should be taken exactly as directed, at the specific dose prescribed by the doctor.
Proscar safety precautions
Proscar can only be prescribed for and used by male patients. It can cause birth defects if a woman is exposed to it during pregnancy, so any contact should be avoided. Your doctor needs to know if you have urination problems, abnormal liver enzyme tests, bladder muscle disorder prostate cancer or liver disease to be sure Proscar treatment is going to be efficient and safe for you. You will need to have certain tests performed during the period of the treatment to make sure you have not developed prostate cancer.
How to take Proscar
You should be taking Proscar exactly as prescribed, with a full glass of water. It's best if you take Proscar at the same time and keep the treatment routine exactly the same. Using Proscar at regular intervals and at the dose prescribed increases your chances of benefitting from the treatment sooner. Try to avoid missing doses, as this will affect the results of your treatment.
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