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Dutas T

My age is 74 and I ffelt dificulty in urination 3 year s back. For last 6 months I am taking Dutas-T and now i am ok. I urinate neither or once in night without any trouble. Should I stop taking Dutas-T. Is it harmful to take even for a long time? ## dutas t contains dutasteride which can cause prostate cancer. and because urinary symptoms are masked by dutas t. the detection of cancer can be delayed. please talk to your urologist about this. if the benefits are more than the side effects . then u can continue with dutas t. ## I am 67 years old & have been prescribed Dutas t for 6 months, daily one dose at night for treating BPH. Is this tablet a steroid. Dr told me its harmless but from Internet I understand it has high risk of side effects. What is the percentage of risk, is this ...

Veltam Plus

I am taking Veltam Plus for last eight months having hypertension and diabetes My age is 70 years.kindly let me know how long I should continue Is there any side effects ## Veltam Plus contains the active ingredients Dutasteride and Tamsulosin, both are commonly used to treat BPH. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, hypotension and vertigo. Learn more Dutasteride details here. Learn more Tamsulosin details here. As to how long you should continue, what has your doctor advised? ## I am 71; my prostrate gland is enlarged, no pain, no often urinating at night, only once. I am taking veltam plus since 20 days. How long should i take it.

Dutasteride Tamsulosin Hydrochloride

Dutasteride 0.4 mg and Tamsulosin Hydrochloride 0.5 mg delayed release ## Dutasteride and Tamsulosin are both commonly used to treat Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia. Side effects may include: nausea, dizziness, ejaculatory problems in males and sudden drops in blood pressure. Learn more: Are there any other questions? ## My husband takes Tamsulosin HcL 0.4 and cuts the tablets in half. I think he's confused with another drug that he cuts in half to take or is 0.2 an amount a doctor normally would prescribe?


i am looking for more information on geriflo-d ## Geriflo-D contains Dutasteride 0.5mg and Tamsulosin 0.4mg, this combination of medications is used to treat an enlarged prostate. Common side effects may include: erectile dysfunction, decreased sex drive, difficulty ejaculating and breast enlargement. Read more: Do you have any other questions?


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