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Tamsulosin Hydrochloride Dosage
See below: Tamsulosin is fda-approved for the treatment of the signs and symptoms of benign prostatic hyperplasia (enlarged prostate). By relaxing the muscle fibers within the prostate gland. It is used off-label for prostatitis-related symptoms and in helping patients pass a kidney stone. It only comes as an extended release formulation taken once daily (0.4 mg). ...Read more
Tamsulosin is the generic name for a very commonly used drug flomax (tamsulosin). Tamsulosin is indicated for patients who have symptoms of enlarged prostate , frequency, too many trips to the bath room. , slow flow , dribbling the medication relaxes the smooth muscles around the prostate and makes it easy to urinate it should be taken at bed time to avoid side effects .. Dizziness ...Read more
I have been using tamsulosin hydrochloride 0.4 mg and dutastende 0.5mg for one year with good results.
Can i stop one or both medicines gradually?
Yes w/ docs approval: Presumably your physician has placed you on both medications to improve your lower urinary tract symptoms. Are you interested in stopping the medications due to side effect? It would be necessary to consult with your physician/urologist about your plan to stop the medication(s) for whatever reason. Your urinary symptoms may relapse once you have stopped the medications. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Flomax (tamsulosin): No. That is highly unlikely. But, for the life of me i cannot imagine any physician putting a twenty year old male on this medication. Why are you taking tamulosin? ...Read more
Dad is takng dutasteride IP 0.5 mg & tamsulosin hydrochloride IP 0.4 mg once daily from 3 mnths for BPH size 36 gm.He is better now.shuld he continue.
Dad is takng dutasteride IP 0.5 mg & tamsulosin hydrochloride IP 0.4 mg once daily from 3 mnths for BPH size 36 gm.He is better now.shuld he continue?
Yes.....: It is a chronic therapy. Reduction of medication usually not successful. ...Read more
Can Tolterodine Tartrate and Tamsulosin Hydrochloride INN work in synergy? My GP prescribed them. I have CKD and chronic prostatitise.
BPH Tx : There are several papers which have outlined the safety and effectiveness of combining a medicine like tolteridine (Detrol) with a med like tamsulosin (Flomax). However, in a 45 y/o male I would be more inclined to recommend prostate surgery instead of adding more medication, as there may be a greater long term benefit and you may end up taking fewer meds instead if more meds! ...Read more
Mirabegron(betmiga) seems to not stop my frequency and urgency so much. Im on 50mg with flomax (tamsulosin) .4mg. may i need more dosage?
Here are some...: The effectiveness of a drug is not always as good as what claimed by the company. Since you've been under urologist's care for obstructive irritative voiding, referring this Q directly to her/him would be the most logical & beneficial thing to do because your doc knows more about your individual condition than anyone online. Yet, to do things right, follow http://formefirst.com/eNewsletter06.html. ...Read more
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