... swelling. Is this one of the side effects? Any advice on swelling of testacles related to flomax?
The symptoms you are describing could very well be due to Flomax. I would suggest that you see your doctor.
Genitourinary side effects of Flomax
Abnormal ejaculation includes ejaculation failure, ejaculation disorder, retrograde ejaculation and ejaculation decrease. In controlled studies, abnormal ejaculation was associated with the use of tamsulosin and was dose-related. The results of one study suggest that intermittent use of tamsulosin may allow for improvement in abnormal ejaculation.
Genitourinary complaints include abnormal (retrograde or decreased volume) ejaculation among 8% (0.4 mg) to 18% (0.8 mg) of male patients. The occurrence of abnormal ejaculation among males who were given placebo in controlled trials averaged 0.2%. Other genitourinary side effects have included impotence (2.9%) and rare cases of urinary retention and priapism.
- Flomax Information for Consumers
- Flomax Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Flomax (detailed)
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