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i have ut infection since last 60 days and recently under gone cystoscopy and uretridilation and advised niftais /uribid 100 mg tab 2 daily since last 15 days with 1 tab of tamflo .4mg daily. iam 74 yrs old lady ,diabetic & hypertensive and on medication since last 20 yrs.yesterday checked for urine routine and find still puss cells in plenty.this infection was noticed since last 2 yrs.i also took 10 doses of amikacin inj.600mg for 5 days.but pus cell still persists.my kidney size is ok but creatine increased to 2.2 from earlier 1.4 and now reads 1.57.there is traces of protein in urine(+).has my kidney been damaged and howlong it takes to remove the infection.even after dilatation unable to fully empty the bladder and have to urinate 3-4 times small quantys in the night ...
Updated 5 years ago in Amikacin.
Sat, Dec 24 '11, 3:55 AM
Tamflo 0BO.4mg
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I can't control my urinating pressure as well as stool pressure.My prostrate is slightly enlarged4.2x3.1x2.9cm,wt-20gms,post void 220ml.What medicine I will take? Anirudha ...
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Wed, Jul 20 '11, 6:03 AM
tamflo 0.4 mg
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For what disease to be cured by tamflo ## Tamflo contains the active ingredient Tamsulosin, it is most commonly used to treat the difficult urination that can be associated with an enlarged prostate. Learn more Tamflo details here. Is there anything else I can help with? ## sir i am taking tamflow 0.4mg how long i will take it also is there any side effects ...
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Thu, Jun 18 '15, 8:06 AM
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Dear Ramesh, I am also suffering with same urological problem from last 5 month, even my all reports are normal, no stone, no infection in urine culture, did all tests but every thing is normal, don’t know what is happening, my doctor prescribed me the Tryptomer 10mg and TAMFLO 0.4mg. I started dosage from last week, now I am felling relief. ...
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Sat, Mar 19 '11, 7:57 PM
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i have been prescribed Tamflo 0.4mg by my urologist. i want to know what it is for? ## I am male of 61 year old. Some three to four years ago I felt severe dryness on my penis followed by severe burning sensation on the skin and mouth of penis after urination and again followed by a white spot inside the skin. On the advice of my doctor I had local application of some skin ointments (Efaderm and Lobate GM) which I am still continuing with. The burning on the penis was recurrent and now it is almost continuous. I had gone for US test twice nothing abnormal was noticed in prostrate except some urine retention in the bladder in earlier US test which even was not noticed in latest US test done on 14.01.2012. Earlier I was also advised 'Dutas T' , which I am taking almost for the las... ...
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Wed, Oct 15 '14, 2:17 AM

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