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Dr. Dariush Saghafi
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Hytrin (Overview)

Hytrin is a sympathetic nervous system inhibitor which is a kind of heart failure drug (cardiovascular drug).


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What is hytrin (terazosin)?

What is  hytrin (terazosin)?

Terazocin: Hytrin (terazosin) is a alpha-blocking vasodilating anti hypertensive that also reduces prostate hypertrophy that inhibits bladder emptying (this helps reduce frequent nighttime urinations). ...Read more

Dr. Dariush Saghafi
29 doctors shared insights

Hytrin (Overview)

Hytrin is a sympathetic nervous system inhibitor which is a kind of heart failure drug (cardiovascular drug).


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Are there medical side affects of discontinuing hytrin (terazosin)?

Are there medical side affects of discontinuing hytrin (terazosin)?

Hytrin (terazosin) side effects: Hytrin (terazosin) is an Alpha blocking agent that is an effective BP agent and one which helps allow urine to pass through prostate better. Stopping it could aggravate hypertension and symptoms of delayed urinary emptying. ...Read more

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Are there side affects of stopping the use of hytrin (terazosin)?

Are there side affects of stopping the use of hytrin (terazosin)?

Blood pressure and..: The blood pressure will go higher and prostate symptoms may get worse. ...Read more

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What is hytrin (terazosin)?

Terazocin: Hytrin (terazosin) is a alpha-blocking vasodilating anti hypertensive that also reduces prostate hypertrophy that inhibits bladder emptying (this helps reduce frequent nighttime urinations). ...Read more

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Are there side affects of stopping the use of hytrin (terazosin)?

Blood pressure and..: The blood pressure will go higher and prostate symptoms may get worse. ...Read more

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Are there medical side affects of discontinuing hytrin (terazosin)?

Hytrin (terazosin) side effects: Hytrin (terazosin) is an Alpha blocking agent that is an effective BP agent and one which helps allow urine to pass through prostate better. Stopping it could aggravate hypertension and symptoms of delayed urinary emptying. ...Read more

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I take 3 pills of hytrin, (terazosin) 2mg each. How do you go off. My dr said you can just stop, but that sounds wrong?

I take 3 pills of hytrin, (terazosin) 2mg each. How do you go off. My dr said you can just stop, but that sounds wrong?

Not completely wrong: First, for what reason are you taking terazosin - for hypertension or for benign prostate hypertrophy? That's quite a high dose. Though it is true that you can just "stop" (with the guidance of your doc first), you may have some elevation of blood pressure to where it was before you started it. If it's for your prostate, you may have trouble urinating later. Please plan with your doctor first. ...Read more

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What are the withdrawal symptoms of hytrin (terazosin)?

What are the withdrawal symptoms of hytrin (terazosin)?

Hytrin (terazosin) withdrawal?: I am not aware of a specific withdrawal syndrome with hytrin, (terazosin) however, if it's used to treat high blood pressure, you would expect an increase in BP if Hytrin (terazosin) is stopped without other treatment. Most drugs should not be stopped abruptly and only under the advice and supervision of your doctor. ...Read more

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If using hytrin (terazosin) for prostrate problems does it make you tired?

Possibly: Hytrin (terazosin) can lower your blood pressure and give a fatigued feeling. Other than through that mechanism , I am not aware of such a side effect in hytrin (terazosin). ...Read more

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Will there be withdrawal symptoms if I stop taking hytrin (terazosin) suddenly?

Will there be withdrawal symptoms if I stop taking hytrin (terazosin) suddenly?

Not really: If you have prostatism that it was treating , then the symptoms will get worse and if you have hypertension , it will go higher , but these are not really withdrawal symptoms. ...Read more

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Which are the withdrawal symptoms if i stop taking hytrin (terazosin) suddenly?

Hytrin (terazosin): Withdrawal of terazosin therapy is associated with an increase in supine diastolic blood pressure, often to hypertensive levels, without signs of a withdrawal syndrome. Also associated with significant weightloss - 3 to 4 pounds in 6 to 8 weeks. ...Read more

Dr. Jan Lei Iwata
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Terazosin (Definition)

A blood pressure medication which blocks the Alpha receptor in the body which in part is responsible for blood vessel constriction. This medication can also be used ...Read more