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Side effect of flotral

I am affacted by CA prostate. IGRT done 9months back,on hormon theropy. uncontrol uranating problem with low stream last three months on Flotral tablets, problelm subsided to some extent but feeling much weak there after..If taking tablet is ommited in a night, next day lazyness disapear. should i continue ? ## Hello, Based on my research, the medication Flotral contains the active ingredient Alfuzosin. The most common side effects of Alfuzosin are dizziness (due to postural hypotension), upper respiratory tract infection, headache, and fatigue. The only dosing/administration information I have been able to find states that this medication should be taken after the same meal each day. It shouldn't cause any problems to take this medication after your latest meal (dinner), that may k...

Alfuzosin Information

How long do i take this medication for? ## Have you consulted your doctor? Alfuzosin is used to treat BPH and the duration of treatment depends on how well your condition responds to the treatment. ## Takes time to urinate . So far taking Tamlet 4 .my prostate is also enlarged (was30g 10 years back) am 60 years of age ! Last time in 2000 Doctors checked my bladder and advised strictures at the neck of bladder , they did needful and told to take medicines like Tamlet 4 and may be at some age when Prostate grows more large ,may advise for Operation ! My point now will Dutasteride + alfuzosin Hydrochloride will take care till operation ! Pl. Advise , Lalit Gupta ## I take alfuzosin Hydrochloride and have a question about why on the precautions it warnings about heart problems "heart fa...

Coveram interaction with other drugs

I am taking Coveram. I want to know if there is a problem taking Xatral Lp 10 mg to treat a urinary tract infection? Thanks ## Hello, Akin! How are you? Xatral LP will not treat a urinary tract infection. It is listed as containing Alfuzosin, which is used to treat urinary problems caused by an enlarged prostate. If you have a UTI, you need to see a doctor for an antibiotic. The FDA lists the typical side effects of antibiotics as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, non-allergic skin rash and diarrhea. Is there anything else I can help with? ## I went on Coveram and have started to experience significant oedema, principally in the legs and ankles, but also elsewhere. At the same time, I have developed increasing back pain on the lower RHS, in the vicinity of the kidneys. Ini...


I AM HAVING FREQUENTLY URINATION PROBLEM. DR ADVICE ME TAB ALFOO 10 MG. WHAT ARE THE SIDE EFECT OF THIS TAB? IF YOU HAVE ANY INFORMATION ABOUT THIS MATER PLS SHARE ME. ## Alfoo contains the active ingredient Alfuzosin, it is commonly used to treat prostate issues, which can cause the types of symptoms you are having. It works by relaxing the muscles in the prostate and neck of the bladder. Side effects may include: nausea, dizziness, dry mouth and trouble urinating. Are there any other questions? ## i got infected by e-coli in urinary tract and treated for the same. it reoccurred/relapsed twice in last four years but now i am ok since last six month and having no problem or infection.My prostate and other related parts are normal in shape and size. My age is 60 years.My doctor advised m...

urine problem

I am 65 years old am having urine problem in frequency and urine sensivity since last 3 years now now i wanna tell you how treatment is done in these 3 years gall bladder Prostate operation Right hernia operation and also cystocopy+optical internal urethro Tomy+bladder neck incision. Now urethroscopy report has came Anterior urethra=penile urethra normal Prostatic urethra=not seen Veru monteanum=not seen Bladder neck=not seen Bladder=not seen Conclusion=bulboo prostatic urethra. Plz suggest me medicine

inactive ingredients alfuzosin

I was recently switched from Alfuzosin Hydrochloride produced by Sun to one produced by Apotex. The only difference was the inactive ingredients. After the switch, I experienced two back-to-back episodes of severe dizziness and prolonged headaches after heavy exercise. I never experienced this severity during many years on the Sun product. I am wondering if there is are any active ingredients in the Apotex product which could have caused this - Dibasic Calcium Phosphate, Polyvinyl acetate phthalate, or Ferric Oxide Yellow. The other ingredients are the same. ## Hello, George! How are you? One of them could have caused it, if you're sensitive to it. However, you should have this checked out, to be sure of the cause. The FDA lists the typical side effects of this medication as possibl...

flotral 10 mg

Taking 1 tablet at night with dinner is better option or with lunch during day? ## Hello, Yuvraj! How are you? Flotral is a foreign brand name for Alfuzosin, it is used to treat urinary problems caused by an enlarged prostate or BPH. Side effects may include asura, headache, ED and priapism. How have you been instructed to take it by your doctor? If they advised you to take it with dinner, then you should do that.

Tab Alfoo,fludac 10 mg

i am having a urine problem so urology doctor advice me this tab ALFOO & FLUDAC 10 mg for this drug what all are the complcation and action of this drug. ## Alfoo contains the active ingredient Alfuzosin, it works by relaxing the muscles in the prostate and bladder neck to make it easier to urinate. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and headache. Learn more: Fludac contains the active ingredient Fluoxetine, it is an SSRI antidepressant, so I am afraid in this instance, I cannot tell you why your doctor prescribed it. Have you asked them about its usage? Common side effects may include: nausea, dizziness, dry mouth and weight gain. Learn more: Are there any comments or questions? ## Tnx for ans my queries of tab alfoo which I came to know fron Google sear...

What White Round Pill Has A 10 On One Side And 1021 The Other

Hi, I found a pill in one of my childrens rooms and I am somewhat nervous and I am trying to find out what the pill isl It is a round, white, thick pill with the inscription of a number 10 on one side and the number 1021 on the other side. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated. ## Hello, The white round pill you're describing is identified as Alfuzosin hydrochloride extended release 10 mg; used in the treatment of benign prostatic hyperplasia. Manufacturer: Torrent Pharma, Inc. Learn More: Alfuzosin Details I hope this helps! :)

tab alfoo side efect

my doctor prescribed me alfoo tab i seek the side efect off this tab ## Alfoo contains the active ingredient Alfuzosin, it is most commonly used to treat BPH. Side effects may include: nausea, headache, fatigue and upper respiratory tract infection. Are there any other questions or comments?


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