Substitute Medicine For Urimax F

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I am using Flotral D for the last five years. It is very effective for my prostate growth problems. But now I am experiencing back pain and pain over joints. Now as advised by a doctor I checked the Vitamin -D level. It is too low as 9.6ng/mL against the required level of above 30ng/mL. whether the use of flotral -D has any role in this ...
Updated 6 months ago in Urimax.
Sat, Jun 03 '17, 5:33 AM
Dosage and substitute medicine for Urimax
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Can I take urimax-D twice a day? Can I take a generic medicine with same composition as urimax-D (as a substitute)? Can using urimax-D twice a day cause me any problem(s)? Thank you in advance for any feedback. ...
Updated 7 months ago in Urimax.
Wed, Apr 26 '17, 1:40 AM
Substitute For Urimax
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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. ## 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. ## 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? ## Urimax D tablets taken for prostate enlargement is a costly affair. Can anyone suggest a generic substitute? ...
Updated 1 month ago in Urimax.
Thu, Nov 02 '17, 2:45 AM
Can Veltam be substituted for Urimax 0.4mg?
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My husband is 90 and has been taking Urimax 0.4mg. His psa is 3.31mg... The doctor says he can switch to Veltam-F for 30 days... His hands and legs have been shaky & unsteady for the past two days since he started on Veltam... Is this a side effect of Veltam? ...
Updated 2 months ago in Urimax.
Mon, Oct 16 '17, 6:21 AM
side effect of Afdura and flotral D and their validity for use
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I used Urimax f for six years. Five months back doctor changed my meficine to Flotral D instead of Urimax. Chemist giving me Afdura as substitute of Flotral D. Please advise if Flotral D and Afdura are same and what are their side effects. Secondly can I comtimue Afdura or Flotral D for a long period since before this I took Urimax for six years. I am also taking blood pressure medicines Please advise. ## I usd afdura tab one year.if i continue afdura tablet then Please advise what are the side effects. I am also taking rosuvastatin tab ...
Updated 2 years ago in Urimax.
Fri, Apr 10 '15, 10:37 AM


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