Finax tablets (Finasteride 1Mg)

Finax tablets (Finasteride 1Mg)

Active ingredient: Finasteride
Manufacturer : Dr. Reddy's
Product Code: PR190094
In Stock

Finax 1 mg

Per Unit
120 pills
$82.00 USD
$0.68 USD
$0.00 USD
150 pills
$99.00 USD
$0.66 USD
$3.50 USD
180 tablets
$115.00 USD
$0.64 USD
$8.00 USD
240 tablets
$145.00 USD
$0.60 USD
$19.00 USD


Finax - Product Information

Finax by Dr. Reddy’s (Generic Propecia) contains generic substance Finasteride which is a 5-alpha-reductase inhibitor used in men to treat male pattern hair loss. It interferes with testosterone metabolism and prevents the creation of DHT (dihydrotestosterone) which contributes to the hair follicle damage.


Usage and dosing of the medication should be recommended by your physician. Typically, the dose for adult men who want to treat baldness is 1mg per day. Finax by Dr. Reddy’s (Generic Propecia) tablets are 1mg each, therefore the use of Finax by Dr. Reddy’s (Generic Propecia) is convenient and only one pill a day is necessary.

How To use Finax

Use one tablet of Finax by Dr. Reddy’s (Generic Propecia) every day, before or after the meal. Tend to use it at the same time every day (e.g. after breakfast). Never use double doses if you forgot to take the previous tablet! Baldness is very hard to treat and you may have to take Finax by Dr. Reddy’s (Generic Propecia) for three or more months before seeing the results. If there are no results after one year of use, reconsider the therapy with your physician.

Side effects of Finax

As every other drug, Finax by Dr. Reddy’s (Generic Propecia) may have side effects. Those include: allergic reactions to the drug, decreased libido, impotence, breast tenderness and pain, swollen testicles, runny nose and headache.


If you ever had allergic reactions to drugs containing Finasteride, do not use this drug! Women and children should never use this medication.

Manufacturer and Website

Dr. Reddy`s,

Taking Finax by Dr. Reddy’s (Generic Propecia) during Pregnancy

Finax by Dr. Reddy’s (Generic Propecia) has no indications in women.