Urinary frequency and urinary incontinence primarily reported in postmenopausal women are adverse side effects of the Terazosin. You may need to contact the prescribing doctor and let him/her know what you are experiencing. He/she may choose to prescribe a different medication that will not have this side effect. Otherwise you may be stuck wearing something like Depends during the night.
- Terazosin Information for Consumers
- Terazosin Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Terazosin (detailed)
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