Hairless or fertile? Finasteride leads to epididymal changes and infertility in rats

Based on published studies, especially animal, the author discusses the evidence for infertile men to consider stopping the use of finasteride.

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Authors

Keith Jarvi, M.D.

Volume 97, Issue 6 , Page 1298

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