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On Morr and Vita tablets for hair loss. Will it have side effects?

Hi , My name is Vijay. I am suffering from medium hair loss . I am 28 yrs and my doctor is prescribed Morr - F solution and H - Vita tablet. When I read about the side effects of Morr - F solution, I was disappointed to know that it reduces the sperm count in men. I am advised to use this solution for 2 months. Will this cause the side effects within 2 months or is it applicable only when you use this drug for a long time. Any advice is much appreciated
Asked On : Sun, 23 Sep 2012
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Hello Vijay,
Welcome to healthcare magic.
Topical finasteride will not cause side effects like reduced sperm count. In a very few patients taking oral finasteride, this is possible. However topical finasteride and minoxidil combination is not yet US FDA approved for hair loss. So I will recommend you to use just minoxidil 5 % solution ( Morr 5% ) 1 ml twice a day instead of Morr-F.
Hope this helped
Take care.
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