Substitute For Urimax

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Btmac Says:


For the last four years I have been using Urimax-D but this medicine is very expensive for me. I am looking for a generic substitute for it.



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Surendra Says:

Urimax D is very costly and also spurious strips are being sold. So I want substitute brands which are somewhat cheaper as well as genuine. Please advise.

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BP Sharma Says:
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I've been taking urimax-d for 4 years as a treatment for prostate enlargement, psa increase, less urine control & frequent urination.

Side effects are now appearing such as dizziness, stomach abnormality, constipation, less eating.

Is there an ayurvedic substitute for urimax-d?

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Akhilesh Says:

Urimax D tablets taken for prostate enlargement is a costly affair. Can anyone suggest a generic substitute?

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Ramana Says:
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I am using URIMAX D for prostate enlargement, but it is expensive. Please suggest an alternative generic medicine.

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Pradeep Says:
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Re: BP Sharma (# 2)

Mr. Sharma, you may also check Himplasia from Himalaya. I am using it.

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