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Your hairline or your sex life? Some men claim they inadvertently traded one problem for another by using the Merck drug Propecia, also known by its generic name finasteride. The Bryant Law Center is currently investigating reports that men who were prescribed Propecia to fight hair loss reported the onset of previously unnoticed sexual dysfunction or prostate problems. And there are reports that the side effects of sexual dysfunction and decreased libido lingered after the drug was discontinued.
The US Food and Drug Administration enhanced the Propecia warnings in 2012 to include libido disorders, but that was 15 years after the drug was approved in 1997. Propecia is actually a weaker dose of Proscar, prescribed for male prostate problems. Both contain the same ingredient but are prescribed for different conditions. Propecia users tended to be younger than Proscar users. Hundreds of lawsuits have been filed over Propecia’s side effects.
If you or a loved one or family member suffered long lasting side effects from using Propecia, contact the Bryant Law Center for a free consultation to discuss your legal questions and concerns