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Is Flomax only for men?

Posted 11 Feb 2013 by Bonnbonn63 2 answers

Does Flomax have a shelf life?

Posted 10 Apr 2011 by yogiboo 1 answer

What is the difference between rappaflo and flomax?

Posted 10 Nov 2011 by 62plus 1 answer

Drug interaction with prostate medications?

Posted 14 Feb 2013 by ebg1949 1 answer

what medications not allowed to take with Flowmax

My doctor gave me Flomax for uncontinance, is this appropriate for a woman?And what are the side?

Posted 1 Jan 2013 by ken31gin 1 answer

... affects? Thanks for any help

Is Flomax contraindicated in a patient who is allergic to Sulfa?

Posted 11 May 2012 by ran4444 1 answer

Reaction to Bactrim was a fixed drug reaction in the genital area.

Can Flowmax cause swelling of the lower legs and ankles?

Posted 29 Sep 2010 by Frank Barker 1 answer

I have noticed that both of my lower legs and ankles have begun to swell since starting on Flowmax.

My dad has cirrosis of the liver, can he take flomax?

Posted 28 Apr 2012 by selinabenware82 1 answer

He is in far stages of cirrhosis of liver, and we are wondering if it is safe for him to take the flomax, or will it hurt his liver more? and what could he take besides? he was prescribed rapaflo first, but we learned that was not good to use, so they gave him this flomax

How is the cialis working for the BPH - any negative side effects?

Posted 21 Dec 2011 by Retired-in-NJ 1 answer

I'm presently taking .4mg flomax for BPH and the side effects are fairly severe: lack of muscle strength, almost constant stuffy nose, problems falling to sleep. I tried to lower the dose by making my own .2mg capsules, but the morning retention and frequency at night got worse. I have taken ...

Kidney stone/8mm prescribed Flomax?

Posted 14 Sep 2009 by MsLoriW 2 answers

I have a larger than normal kidney stone and it's lodged in the narrowest area of the ureter, I have a stent in place to aid in the passage, but it's not working. The ER doctor prescribed Flomax to help the flow of urine and hopefully help pass the stone, but I am reading that it's ...

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