Should I discuss using Propecia with my doctor?

We are definitely live in an age where people do more and more business online. Can you remember when you last went to a record shop and checked out new albums? There are kids today who do not know that music once had to come on a physical actual medium. This has also translated into the area of pharmaceuticals, with an increasing number of people ordering their medications online. This is important to note as there are many online pharmacies situated outside the UK which can provide you with any medication, even without a prescription. Unfortunately, there are always people who will start thinking that this means they do not even have to talk to a medical expert before they order some pills. We want to stress it out here that this is extremely dangerous and that you always have to consult your GP or any kind of medical expert before you order any prescription drugs, including Propecia.

Like with all medications, there are certain people who might be at an increased risk of experiencing adverse effects to their health if they use Propecia. There are many examples of this happening with other medications. For instance, people with low blood pressure need to be extra careful when taking Viagra, people with ulcers should take care when taking aspirin. For Propecia there are a few medical conditions that can be affected by this medication or that might cause your body to respond differently to this hair loss medication.

For one, if you have problems with your liver, including any diseases of this organ or any strange test results, you need to take extra care and report this to your doctor during your consultations. This is important because Propecia is mainly and largely metabolised in the liver. If you liver is not functioning properly, more Propecia gets left in your body, which can lead to adverse effects. Other medical conditions that you need to report to your doctor before you are prescribed Propecia include inability to urinate, bladder muscle disorder of any kind, prostatic cancer, stricture of the urethra or allergies to either finasteride or dutasteride (Avodart).

During your consultations with your GP or with the specialist, there is always room and time for answering any questions that you might have about this medication. You can find this information online or in the instructions that come with your pills. However, nothing can compare with having it all explained by a living person who know their job and who know what people wish to know about this medication. In short, you can ask them whatever you wish to know.