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What is the use of finasteride and remylin tablets?

hi doctor name is anu.27 yrs female,height162,wgt 65.i hv consulted an endocrinologist for my hirsutism last mnth.. he prescribed the tablets named metformin 1000mg,aldactone50 mg,finasteride5 mg and remylin tablets.. i want to know that finasteride and remylin tablets for what?is it effective for reducing unwanted hair growth by taking these medicines? kindly reply ..
Asked On : Mon, 5 Sep 2011
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Hi Anu,thanks for query.The tablets that are advised for preventing the effects of male hormones in your body which is responsible for hirsutism.This can happen due to effects of testosterone which normally in very small quantity and does not lead to any problem.when the effects is creating problem this kind of medicine is given.Remylin is a bcomplex supplement drug ,given when vitamin b12 deficiency or any form of deficiency is suspected.
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