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Tamsulosin, sold under the trade name Alna ® / Flomax ®, is a medication used to treat symptomatic benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), help with the passage of kidney stones,[2] and for urinary retention along with other measures. Tamsulosin, and other medications in the class called alpha blockers, work by relaxing bladder neck muscles and muscle fibers in the prostate itself and make it easier to urinate.[3] It is an α1a adrenergic receptor antagonist. Tamsulosin was develope...
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Can I order AUR Tamsulosin HCL 0.4 mg directly from the manufacturer? ## Hello, Jim! How are you? This is a prescription only medication, so generally, you have to obtain it from a pharmacy, except in cases where someone might be getting it on a prescription assistance program from the manufacturer, in which case they usually send it to you directly, after receiving your doctor's prescription. The FDA lists the typical side effects of this medication as possibly including nausea, hypotension, allergic reactions and libido issues. Is there anything else I can help with? ## I am trying to trying to get this generic medication specifically as manufactured by AUR. I have a prescription and can get it filled at a pharmacy, but they do not have a supply manufactured by AUR. Any ideas on h... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Tamsulosin.
Tue, Jan 12 '16, 7:11 PM
tamsulosin hcl cap
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w519 ## Tamsulosin is the active ingredient in Flomax, it is used to treat benign prostatic hyperplasia. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, vision problems and compromised immune system. Read more: Do you have any questions? ## I am taking Modified ReleaseTamsulosin Hydrochloride and Dutasteride Capsule for the last 5 months. Any problem in continuing with medicine for longer period? But i am Having relief from frequent visits to toilet. ...
Updated 5 years ago in Tamsulosin.
Wed, Nov 02 '11, 10:46 AM
Tamsulosin HCL Caps
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Dear Sirs, My Urology Doctor give me a Rapaflo 8mg one a day medications for 3 months supply and before the end my Insurance steps in and changes the medication with a helper from the office to a new medication by the name Tamsulosin 0.4mg in return . I did check the market and I did find out that the company has more versions of this medication and the Insurance pic the last one wish is the cheapest one. I think was $9.00 for the 3 months supply instead of $140.00 or so the original Rapaflo. I do not get it. Am I wrong to check this and get the answer of me medication? ## It is actually quite typical of insurance companies to opt for the cheapest effective option, to help keep their costs down. As a patient taking this medication you certainly have your right to know what's going o... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Tamsulosin.
Thu, Aug 29 '13, 11:20 AM
tamsulosin hcl capsule
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Please describe color of tamsulosin capsule manufactured by aurob ## Hello, Stu! How are you? The capsules manufactured by Aurobindo are listed as being green and orange. They contain 0.4mgs. Tamsulosin is used to improve urination in men with BPH. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, cough, dizziness and blurred vision. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Tamsulosin.
Mon, Mar 23 '15, 1:24 PM
Tamsulosin side effects
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Has anyone ever felt spacey, tired and loss of interest? Also I've seen that men only take this medicine. ## Well, it is usually only used by men, because it is used to treat urinary problems caused by an enlarged prostate and that is a part of anatomy that women don't have. As listed by the FDA, it is not approved for use in women, at all. Why was this prescribed for you? Honestly, I can't even give you a list of possible side effects, since it isn't used in women and has never been studied in women. ...
Updated 4 months ago in Tamsulosin.
Fri, Dec 30 '16, 2:13 AM
dutasteride tamsulosin
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what does capsul look like? ...
Updated 6 years ago in Dutasteride.
Mon, Dec 27 '10, 7:08 PM
tamsulosin interactions
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interactions between tamsulosin, pradaxa and verapamil ...
Updated 2 years ago in Tamsulosin.
Thu, Jul 24 '14, 1:23 PM
Tamsulosin Hydrochloride
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Tamsulosin Hydrochloride modifyed capsules are prescribed for retention and strengtheng urinary bladder. what are the side affects of this drug.What are safe doses and relief it provides for frequent visits to the wash room. ## Dear Sir, I am taking Tamusulosin-Hcl:0.4mg tablet since last 6months along with Himplasia one in the morning. My frequency of Urination is 2/3times with same water intake at night.If I continue life-long whether any adverse effect is foreseen? If I stop,one of them then I do face problem of swelling on legs and also slow flow-rate. My prostate is enlarged externally & PSA & free PSA are 8.78/2.35 respectively. kindly advise,as my Urologist proposed Surgery.I am not sure about benefit V/S risk.My postvoid volume is reduced from 34% to 14%. ...
Updated 3 years ago in Tamsulosin.
Thu, Nov 14 '13, 7:24 AM
Side affects to Tamsulosin
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I took Tamsulosin for 30 days and 80 days later I went blind. Diagnosis "temporal arteritis". I had many of the listed side affects of the drug. Are there other people who are blind after taking this drug? ## Hi Carl, Blurred vision is actually noted to be a side effect of Tamsulosin. The scary part is that blurred vision is also listed as an overdose side effect in addition to being a common side effect, so it may be difficult to tell how severe the side effect might be. Either way, due to the seriousness of going blind, this is something that should be called in to your doctor right a way if you experience it even for a brief moment. Additional information about this drug can be viewed in the links below: I hope this helps! ...
Updated 5 years ago in Flomax.
Sat, Dec 24 '11, 12:15 PM
 Dutasteride + Tamsulosin Hydrochloride
Dutasteride, sold under the brand name Avodart among others, is a medication used to treat benign prostatic hyperplasia (enlarged prostate) and androgenetic alopecia (pattern hair loss).[3] It was developed by GlaxoSmithKline[4] and is a 5α-reductase inhibitor which prevents the conversion of the androgen sex hormone testosterone into the more potent dihydrotestosterone (DHT).[5] The drug has been licensed for the treatment of androgenetic alopecia in South Korea since 2009, but has not ...
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I AM A PATIENt OF PROSTATE, DR RECOMMENDed ME URIMAX D BUT DISPENSARY PEOPLE GAVE ME TEMSUNOL D INSTEAD OS URIMAX D PLEASE CONFIRM BOTH MEDICINE HAVING SAME SALT AND ONE CAN BE TAKEN ANY OF TWO ## Yes, both of these medications contain the same active ingredients Tamsulosin and Dutasteride. Learn more Tamsulosin details here. Learn more Dutasteride details here. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, erectile dysfunction and sneezing. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Conform if Temsunol D is right medicine for the treatment of frequent urination? ## IS CONTIFLO-D AND TEMSUNOL-D HAVE THE SAME SALT. CAN I SAFELY START TAKING TEMSUNOL-D IN PLACE OF CONTIFLO-D. IS THERE ANY SIDE EFFECT OF TEMSUNOL-D ## Which medicine creat constipation, urimax or finastride of BPH ## generic ... ...
Updated 10 months ago in Tamsulosin.
Sun, Jul 17 '16, 11:59 PM
tamsulosin cap 0 4 mg & tamsulosin cap 0.4 ZED
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Is there a difference between Tamsulosin Cap 0 4 Mg and Tamsulosin cap 0.4 mg ZED? The ZED capsules are smaller and seem less effective. ## Hello, Ira! How are you? No, they've just been manufactured by different companies, which is common with generics. The FDA lists the typical side effects of this medication as possibly including dizziness, drowsiness, weakness, back pain and blurred vision. Is there anything else I can help with? ## I also noticed that Sandoz Tamsulosin is much less effective. So much less effective, that when I renew the prescription I ask the pharmacist who manufactured the product, if it's Sandoz I look for a pharmacy that has it by Boehringer Ingelheim. I was told that generics can be manufactured with 20% less active ingredients, which explains it being... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Tamsulosin.
Fri, Feb 12 '16, 10:57 AM
Compatability of Spasmoctyl and tamsulosina
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Can Spasmoctyl be used with tamsulosina without side effects ...
Updated 1 year ago in Spasmoctyl.
Thu, Jan 28 '16, 1:19 AM
Flomax,Tamsulosin, and my 22 yrs of history of bph.
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OK guys, gals, ladies, and, gentlemen. I have been taking Flomax, starting in 1996, or since it's release, and at that time, depended on samples from my primary care doctor, because, at that time flomax was 100$ for 30 capsules. Then, when my insurance started paying, the generic Tamsulosin was released, and to date I have remained on this medication for bph, and prior to 1996 Hytrin was prescribed, which also worked for me. For 22 years I have had to take something for bph and I'm now 60 yrs old. OK, I said all that to say on this. For 20 yrs I've taken FLOMAX 0.4 MG Capsules, and never had any side effects, but on 1 or 2 occasions, I ran out and was off for maybe a week before I could not urinate, and had immense pain trying, and desperately was ready to rob a pharmacy to ... ...
Updated 10 months ago in Flomax.
Sun, Jun 26 '16, 2:13 PM
tamsulosin 4mg cap without fdc yello2 5 dye innert
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Im highly allergic to fdc yellow 5 dye. I take Tamsulosin 4mg and as far as I know Sandoz is the only lab manufacturing Tambulosing 4mg cap -without- fdc yellow 5 as an innert. However Sandoz has had Tamsulosin pending manufacture for about 2 months and I am having a hard time ensuring enough supply. My pharmacyst is working with their distributor who claims to be in contact with Sandoz to get "my" dye-fee tamsulosin but so far, no luck and I only have 30 caps left (take 1 a day) Do you know if any other lab who manufacture Tamsulosin 4mg without yellow dye? ## Hello, Jose! How are you? There is one from Teva Pharmaceuticals with the marking 93 7338 on each half of the capsule that used yellow 6, one from Mylan that is a blue capsule with MYLAN 2500 on both halves that doesn... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Tamsulosin.
Mon, Jul 27 '15, 6:23 PM
amlodipine + metformin + tamsulosin = what side effects?
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I am hypertensive and diabetic and was prescribed to take amlodipine with metformin. But, since I also have chronic bilateral renal parenchymal disease with nephrolithiases and enlarged prostate, I had to take tamsulosin with acalka also. Doctors say that the first two conditions have to be gone before any progress in the other conditions can take effect. And, the kidney stones, too. ESWL is expensive and I could't work meantime except from home due to the outcrop of side effects -- ex., diarrhea alternating with constipation -- not to mention the attendant pain of having kidney stones inside me and the looming fever that neither burns too hot nor lets me off completely in some eternal purgatory of chilly heat. As to tamsulosin, I have nothing but thanks for being able to urinate natur ...
Updated 2 years ago in Amlodipine.
Thu, Apr 02 '15, 2:41 AM
Tamsulosin Hydrochloride 0.4 mg and Dutasteride 0.5 mg (URIMAX D)
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I have problem of BPH, size is 28 gm weight and post void urine retention is 40 ml. I have been taking this combination tablet one in the night for the last two years. Is it safe to use it for long periods. I have found some relief from this drug. In the night I have to get up for urination two times and in the day there is not much problem. Can I discontinue the medicine for some time and see the reaction for some time. ## I have taken urimax 0.4 for last ten years, with no ill effects. I cannot afford to take chances of discontinuing, lest there is irreversible change of the size from 35 gm. ## I am taking Urimax D (Tamsulosin hydrochloride .4mg and .5 mg Duta steride ) at night for the last about 2 years.I have to go for urine two times .Rest there is no other serious side effect. Ho... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Dutasteride + Tamsulosin Hydrochloride.
Mon, May 18 '15, 12:04 AM
 Flomax Tamsulosin
Tamsulosin, sold under the trade name Alna ® / Flomax ®, is a medication used to treat symptomatic benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), help with the passage of kidney stones,[2] and for urinary retention along with other measures. Tamsulosin, and other medications in the class called alpha blockers, work by relaxing bladder neck muscles and muscle fibers in the prostate itself and make it easier to urinate.[3] It is an α1a adrenergic receptor antagonist. Tamsulosin was develope...
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tamsulosin hydrochloride modified release capsules ?Whats are its uses ...
Updated 2 years ago in Tamsulosin.
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