Then why would CIPLA state: In addition, since FINPECIA is present in semen, male patients should wear a condom or otherwise avoid exposure of female sexual partners at risk of becoming pregnant. http://www.ciplamedpro.co.za/media/105845/otc_am61%20a%20finpecia.pdf One thing I know is that nothing is 100% in medicine
BonkerStonker, Do you have any links or evidence backing what you are saying about Merck. Cipla seems to be more cautious if you read their package insert - recommending that a condom be used. The package insert from Cipla and Merck are very alarming.
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