7 Aug 2009
Rapaflo is an apha blocker. It is used in BPH (enlarged prostate) to help urine flow.
It has a half life of 13.3 hours - this is the time it takes for the body to clear the plasma of the drug by half.
It is difficult to predict how long a drug remains in your system as it is influenced by many factors eg age, metabolism, state of health, frequency and dose of drug etc
Rapaflo has a relatively long half life so it is going to take a while to get out of your system.
Sorry can't be more helpful.
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