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Taking 1 tablet at night with dinner is better option or with lunch during day? ## Hello, Yuvraj! How are you? Flotral is a foreign brand name for Alfuzosin, it is used to treat urinary problems caused by an enlarged prostate or BPH. Side effects may include asura, headache, ED and priapism. How have you been instructed to take it by your doctor? If they advised you to take it with dinner, then you should do that. ...
Updated 2 years ago in Alfuzosin.
Wed, Nov 12 '14, 1:07 PM
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Hi. I am 56. I am presently facing problem of BPH. I am taking Tab. FLOTRAL 10 mg, 1 OD. In the last USG done on 12/07/2011 PVR WAS 71.5 ml. out of total volume 288 ml which was before voiding. But in these days almost daily I use to go for urination vary vary frequently even by an interval of 5 to 10 minutes .Is it because of some infection like UTI or it is because of some other reason . Please guide me and what should I do ? Ihave tried with Gatiquine 400mg 1 OD, Tab.Beloforce 100 mg 1B D ,but not satisfied with result.Please suggest me some medicine that may cure me. Thanks. ...
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Sun, Jul 17 '11, 4:01 AM
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I am 70 years old and developed prostrat problem in 2003.AT NIGHT SUDDENLY MY URINE STOPPED.After trying various treatments like hot and cold fermantation etc. I rushed to apollo hospital in delhi where they gave me relief by inserting a needle through my penice. My PSA was checked and it was 53. a Biopsy of my prostrat was conducted and luckily the result was BENIGN.I was put on 1 tablet of FLOTRAL 10 Mg at bed time and 1 tab. of VELTRIDE 0.5 Mg in the morning. No problem for 6 years and my PSA also kept coming down and in May 2010 it was 5.1 only .In 2010 again I experienced stoppage of urine and again the help was given by passing a needle. After that 2 tablets of PROSTEEZ Mfred. by CHARAK were added in the morning and 2 tablets at night.No problem confronted after that and I have be... ...
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Sat, Jul 28 '12, 1:46 PM

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