Getting Your Online Consultation
Prior to writing a prescription for illnesses and
conditions, physicians must have complete and accurate
information. Our United States licensed physician must
review your online consultation to determine whether
to approve or deny your prescription request.. If the
physician declines your prescription, you will not be
charged. If a physician approves your request, you
will be charged for the cost of the products and any
shipping fees and consultation fees that are
associated with it. There are no other additional or
FedEx Next Day - Arrives the next business day.
Friday orders are delivered on Monday.
Saturday delivery - contact Customer Service, additional charges may apply.
FedEx Priority - Arrives in 2 business days (AK, HI, PR, GU and VI only).
FedEx Express Saver - Arrives in three business days.
USPS Express Mail - Arrives in 1-2 business days depending on location.
Orders placed by 1:00pm Mountain, Monday - Friday will be shipped that same day.
Adult signature required upon delivery for all Propecia® packages.
Packages may be held for pick-up at any FedEx location.
*Please note that only the 30 pill quantity is available for patients shipping to Japan or Australia.
How to take this medication
Follow the directions for using Propecia™ provided by your doctor. Ask your doctor, nurse, or pharmacist any questions that you may have about this medicine. This medicine may be taken once daily on an empty stomach. STORE THIS MEDICINE at room temperature between 59 and 86 degrees F (15 and 30 degrees C) in a tightly-closed container, away from moisture. IF YOU MISS A DOSE OF THIS MEDICINE and you remember the same day, take it as soon as possible. If you do not remember until the next day, skip the missed dose and go back to your regular dosing schedule. Do not take 2 doses at once.
Potential Side Effects of taking Propecia™
One side effect of taking Propecia™ is a change in
sexual function. If this change is persistent or
becomes bothersome, then consult your doctor or
health-care professional. If you experience the
following side effects, it is critical that you
CONTACT YOUR DOCTOR IMMEDIATELY: symptoms of toxicity
– swelling of the lip or skin rash. If you get side
effects that have not been discussed, then contact
your doctor, pharmacist, or health-care provider.
You Need to Know
It can take several months for Propecia™ to work.
Never stop taking Propecia™ without talking to your
doctor. When you stop taking Propecia™, your normal
hair pattern will return within 12 months. When taking
Propecia™, KEEP EVERY DOCTOR AND LAB APPOINTMENT.
Check with your doctor BEFORE YOU BEGIN TAKING
Propecia™. ANY WOMAN WHO IS EITHER PREGNANT OR COULD
BECOME PREGNANT SHOULD NEVER HANDLE either crushed or
broken tablets of Propecia™. Contact your doctor or
health care provider immediately if you are a pregnant
women who has been in contact or held crushed or
broken tablets of Propecia™.
Propecia™ Drug Interactions
Let your doctor know about every nonprescription and prescription medication
that you are using. Be sure to include nitrate medications (such as
nitroglycerin and isosorbide dinitrate), cimetidine, nitroprusside (such as
any nitric oxide donor medicines), high blood pressure medication,
erythromycin, mibefardil, antifungals (such as ketoconazole and itraconazole),
and rifamycins (such as rifampin).
If you miss a dose of Propecia™, never double up on
your next dose. Simply skip the missed dosage and
resume your normal Propecia™ schedule.
Propecia™ should always be stored at room temperature
(which is between 59 and 86 degrees F or 15 and 30
degrees C). Propecia™ should also be stored away from
direct light and high levels of moisture. Any
medication that has been prescribed should always be
kept out of the reach of children of any age.
Additional Notes about Propecia™
Never share Propecia™ with others. Never use Propecia™
to treat alternate health conditions. Keep
Propecia™ out of children's reach. Always get
your refill before your supply runs out if taking
Propecia™ for a long period of time.
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