Before I was taking flomax but I stopped due I got stroke. will rapaflo will help me to stop frequent urinazation during bed time
Will Rapaflo stop frequent urination at night?
Added 11 Aug 2011:
yes, I do have enlarge prostate & had been treated with Radiation Therapy & had been release last year of 03/31/10. But still ,I am treated with Hormone Therapy ( Zoladex 3.6 MG) every month inspite of my PSA went down to 0.1.
This new Doctor told me that the reason why I have been treated w/ Hormone therapy is to keep me alive. I got 3 stroke & been confined in the hospital. I am 73 years old but I feel like 50 years old. I am presently going to Gym to get into shape. My question is how long this Hormone therapy & I feel losing my sexual appetite. Will I be also a Cancer Sourvivor. On & off I feel depressed. I need support. Thank You.
11 Aug 2011
Is your frequent urination due to an enlarged prostate (benign prostatic hyperplasia)?
If so, then yes, Rapaflo should help you.
Rapaflo helps to relax the muscles in the prostate and bladder neck, making it easier to urinate. You should notice improvement in your symptoms.
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