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Proscar, known as Finasteride (or Toremifene Citrate) is a popular medication used to combat male pattern baldness and prostate growth in men. Proscar is a Type II 5-alpha reductase inhibitor developed and marketed under the names Proscar and Propecia, with Proscar having more Finasteride per pill to treat prostate enlargement and Propecia being used in combating male pattern baldness. Proscar can be used while running anabolic-androgenic steroids (AAS) to combat the possible adverse androgenic related side effects.
Proscar, known as Finasteride (or Toremifene Citrate) is used to combat both prostate enlargement and male pattern baldness. Proscar is a Type II 5-alpha reductase inhibitor used to inhibit the reduction of testosterone to dihydrotestosterone (DHT). DHT inhibition can positively affect the prostate, male pattern baldness, and skin health. For steroid users, Proscar is only effective when running certain types of stanabolic-androgenic steroids (AAS). It will have no effect on mitigating adverse side effects with DHT-derived compounds (Anadrol, Winstrol, Primo, etc.). Proscar is effective when running Testosterone-derived compounds (all Testosterones and Halotestin), but it can decrease the efficiency of these compounds during use. Those running 19-nor compounds (Tren and Deca) should avoid using all 5-alpha reductase inhibitors like Proscar, as it can increase the androgenicity of these steroids and lead to adverse side effects. Proscar has also proven to be ineffective in treating the androgenic side effects of other steroids such as Equipoise and Dianabol. Proscar use should be reserved for very select steroid cycles due to its very selective nature.
NOTE: Proscar has an adverse impact on the fetus, so it must be avoided by pregnant women and by the partners of pregnant women, as it is transferable by both skin contact and via semen during intercourse.
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