What Time Of The Day Should Urimax 0.4 Be Taken?

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Ratnakar Says:


I have been taking Urimax 0.4 for some months now, but a new problem has started. After driving for roughly two hours or so or sitting for two hours or so, then as and when I stand up, my urge to urinate becomes intense and also there is some leakage of drops if I do not urinate urgently. What can be done and what is the right time to take this or the new medicine prescribed? Also, I am taking Telma 40 H for hypertension. In the mornings, I feel tired instead of feeling fresh. Has Hydrochlorodithiazide to do with urimax 0.4. Though no test has been undertaken by me recently, but I feel that sodium level becomes low by taking Hydrochlorodithiazide and urimax 0.4. Please advice what should be done?



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Vijay Says:
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I am 69 yrs having B P H and taking Urimax F for the last about 10 years and the recent PSA level is .33 ie within limits. I am also taking tab. Winbp trio 20 for high BP. Please advise what time I should take Urimax F and Win BP trio 20 or can I take them together? Should I go for surgery for Prostate or the medicine I am taking is good enough and the surgery is not required. And how long should I take the medicine? Please explain.

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amir Says:

When am I supposed to take Urimax D? What time of day is best? I've been taking it when I get up early in the morning. Is this a good time or should it be with breakfast or at night?

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Mele Says:

I am 81 years. I take Urimax 4 D in the night. . Can I take Ecospirin 75 mg after lunch and Avas 10 after dinner. I also take Glynase 5 mg morning and night.

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Raj Says:
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I am 68 I urinate a lot in morning and night take urimax D and a peaceful night and some days just can't sleep as I have get up every 5 minutes practically, what I do ? Can take urimax day and night ?

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