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Urimax 0.4 and Telma 80 H

I have been taking Urimax 0.4 for some months now. Though, the medicine has been helpful in passing urine in a relaxed manner and also the flow is good, 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 under these circumstances? Also, I am taking Telma 80 H for hypertension in addition to Metformin 1000 + 2mg Glimpyride (distributing it in two doses). In the mornings I feel tired instead of feeling fresh. Can Hydrochlorodithiazide be taken with Urimax 0.4? Though no evaluation has been undertaken by me recently, ... ...

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For How Long Urimax 4mg Can Be Taken Continuously

For treatment of BPH I am taking Urimax .4mg for last one month. For how long shall i continue to take the medicine, one tab per day, for more improvement. ## Hi, Riten! You should take it for however long your doctor has instructed you to do so. Urimax contains the active ingredient Tamsulosin and it may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache and diarrhea. Learn more Urimax details here. Are there any other questions or concerns? ## I have been using medicines like urimax for my prostrate enlargement for the last two years. how long should i require to continue with this medicine ## For one month i've been using urimax o, 2mg. How long i should continue this tab for my urine obstruction due to muscle tightness in urethra? Should I go for dilatation and is there any... ...

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