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President Trump is taking a prostate drug Propecia often prescribed for hair loss, his physician say

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Описание: President Trump is taking a prostate drug often prescribed for hair loss, his physician Dr. Harold N. Bornstein told the New York Times in an interview published Wednesday. He also made a point of stating that the President has all of his hair. The New York City gastroenterologist also said the President is taking antibiotics to control rosacea, a skin condition that causes redness. A senior White House official says Bornstein did not have Trump's permission to speak about his health to the Times. The physician told the Times he has had no contact with his patient since Trump became president. Trump had visited his office every year since 1980 for annual checkups, colonoscopies and other routine tests. During the campaign, Trump's longtime physician disclosed only that he was taking rosuvastatin and low-dose aspirin to reduce his risk of heart attack. Bornstein came under scrutiny for a letter he wrote describing Trump's physical health that concluded, "If elected, Mr. Trump, I can state unequivocally, will be the healthiest individual ever elected to the presidency." What we know about Donald Trump's health Other doctors found the letter's conclusion unprofessional and said Bornstein had used strange wording and medically incorrect terms when referring to his high-profile patient. Bornstein told CNN in September that he was rushed for time and had patients to see when writing the letter. What is Propecia? Propecia is a lower-dose formulation of finasteride that is prescribed to men with enlarged prostate glands under the brand name Proscar. Originally, the Food and Drug Administration approved finasteride 5 mg (Proscar) in 1992 for the treatment of "bothersome symptoms in men" with an enlarged prostate, which is also referred to as benign prostatic hyperplasia. At that time, the FDA also approved Proscar to reduce the need for surgery related to an enlarged prostate and possible urine retention. In 1997, the agency approved a lower-dose formulation of finasteride (Propecia) for the treatment of male pattern hair loss, a gradual thinning that leads to either a receding hairline or balding on the top of the head. The FDA does not permit Propecia for treating hair loss in women or children. Possible side effects of the finasteride include decreased libido, problems with erection and ejaculation, pain in the testicles and depression. According to drugmaker Merck's prescribing information, patients taking the drug should promptly notify their doctor if they experience changes in their breasts, rash, itching, hives, swelling of the face or hands, or difficulty breathing or swallowing. #trump #menshealth #fitness #hair #donaldtrump #infowars #tyt #theyoungturks #wigs #drugs #healthandbeauty #prostrate #pharmacology #hairstyles #presidenttrump #medicine
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Alien FromSpace (9 months ago)
Yeah I mean, I take latisse to grow my eyelashes, wouldn’t want that broadcast on the news though. I’m sure his dr is a nice guy, but that was a big fuck up.
Shampoo Wow (2 years ago)
Awesome video! I like it

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