Tab Urimax .4mg Tablet For Bph

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OPSarwal Says:


FREQUENCY & URGENCY URINATION inspite of taking tab.urimax 0.4mg daily at nightIP



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Kailash Says:

My father had recently urination problem, then local doctor checked and suspected prostate cancer . He advised for Urimax .4 mg tablet. He is feeling well and have no peoblem since one week. What should be next step to be taken now. His age is 75 years.

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Jenna Says:

@OPSarwal,

Are you saying that you continue to suffer from a frequency and urgency to urinate even after taking the urimax (Tamsulosin) medication? If so, it would be best to contact your doctor so he can prescribe you something different.

@Kailash,

I'm glad to hear that the urimax is working for your father and that he is feeling better. It sounds like your father can continue taking this medication as long as his doctor allows. You shouldn't need to do anything different unless your fathers starts to have problems, or if your doctor suggests something to you.

You can learn more about this drug on the page for Tamsulosin Details

I hope my reply is helpful!

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