When should I use Finax 1mg tablets?
Finax 1mg tablets are usually only prescribed to people who are experiencing hair fall, or men who suffer from male pattern baldness.
Any Finasteride 1mg tablet is, essentially, the same as Finax 1mg tablets. The only real differences being: price, as other treatments could be more expensive, and how they’re produced, marketed differently and can be made in different factories.
When should I use Finasteride 5mg tablets?
Finasteride 5mg tablets are only prescribed to people who suffer from benign prostatic hyperplasia, a condition where your prostate becomes enlarged.
Are there other doses of Finasteride?
There are only two doses of Finasteride: 1mg and 5mg, and one dose of Finax (1mg) available.
Following a series of negative results in men with androgenic alopecia who used Finasteride 1mg tablets as a treatment, there has been some research into the potential use of a lower dose of medication for hair loss. Studies have trialled using Finasteride at a dose of 0.5mg to reduce the risk of side effects . But as of yet there aren’t any licensed lower doses of Finasteride available for you to buy.
Can I use Finasteride 5mg to treat hair loss?
No, you really shouldn’t use Finasteride 5mg tablets to treat hair loss. The increased dosage won’t work towards speeding up your hair regrowth process, and it won’t improve your treatment in any way. Taking a higher dosage than recommended will only increase your risks of side effects.
If you feel like Finax 1mg tablets aren’t helping your hair fall, and you’re not experiencing as much regrowth as you’d liked, speak to our doctors. They might be able to recommend another treatment for you to use, or advise you of ways to get the best out of your treatment.