it seems that neither tam. or ter. are working will uroxatral work better
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Well, as you know uroxatral is used in the treatment of benign prostatic hyperplasia and belongs to the drug class antiadrenergic agents, peripherally acting.
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Yes, you could give it a try as long as you Dr. knows about it as it is a prescription only medication. I do not want to ruin it for you but let us take a look at the possible side effects:
I have provided information, that you probably did or did not know, I am doing it for your safety that is all.
At the end of the day you decide, you make the choices under your responsibility and assume the consequencess of your acts.
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