Urimax D How To Minimize Side Effects

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O A R Says:

I am 69 yrs. I have prostat enlargement. Urine flow was restricted. Doctors advised urimaxd 4mg.
For the last 1 yr ,I have been using. The urine flow has improved. So far no recognizable side effects expect for stoppage of discharge during intercourse. What steps should I take to avoid any side effects.

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David Says:


Unfortunately when it comes to any type of prescription medication, there is always the risk of possible side effects. That's just the nature of putting a "foreign" substance into your body.

Some things you can do to help lessen your risk of 'certain' side effects, may involve simple things like eating more fresh fruits and vegetables, keeping low stress levels, staying hydrated, and maintaining positive thoughts throughout the day.

Not all side effects can be avoided in this manner, but having a strong immune system should help prepare your body for anything that may come its way.

I hope this advice helps!

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