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Does Dutasteride cause tiredness? (Drugs & Medications)

posted by mj2003 E-mail, Toronto, 01.01.2009, 01:11

If the dut stays in the blood for such a long time, wouldn't it be almost redundant to take it everyday if you still have just about the same dosage in your blood as the day before?

» » Every other day becaus A) It stays in your body for an extremely long
» time
» » as explained above and B) It can vastly decreases sperm count.
» Hopefully
» » every other day dosages of 0.5mg will not be as bad.
» I can understand that you'd want to use a lower dose to reduce the
» possibility and/or severity of side effects, but I still don't understand
» your point "A" above. Why would you want to use it every other day, just
» because it stays in the body for a long time? What do you think is the
» connection between those two statements?
» FYI, the amount of dutasteride in your blood is directly proportional to
» the dose that you take. If you cut your dose in half by taking it only
» every other day, you will cut the amount in your blood in half (actually,
» there will be a little LESS than half in your blood, because of
» dutasteride's non-linear elimination characteristics).
» .

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