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Can I take 2000mg of acetaminophen daily ( 4 x 500mg) beyond 10 days?

Posted 13 Sep 2012 by ramon124 6 answers

I am male 62 yrs old weighing 64 kg. I read articles sayoing max was 4000mg a day. I aslo read a note not to take more than 10 days but I can not go to my family physician yet I just had TURP 2 weeks ago and not taking any medication anymore like antibiotics and pain killers. site says "When retrograde ejaculation is treated with medication, up to 40% of men...

Posted 11 Aug 2017 by MagicDan 0 answers

... experience normal ejaculation." What is that medication? Mine is the result of transurethral resection of the prostate. Or do drugs not work after such surgery?

Radical prostatectomy done in july. Tried viagra with no response. Now got cialis 5mg. Insurance?

Posted 18 Jan 2017 by Karendoug 0 answers

Allows 6 per month. Has anyone had a good response with this drug?

Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) - Second TURP Operation to Finish?

Posted 8 Jan 2016 by gknitz 1 answer

I have Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) where my prostate has grown to 100cc. I am 60 years old and I am scheduled for surgery in ten days. The doctor will be using the Transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP) method to remove tissue around the urethra. The doctor said the we may not be ...

Has anyone had a prostatectomy with a Gleason score of 10?

Posted 20 May 2016 by wannabbetter 3 answers

My brother has stage 3 prostate cancer & is scheduled for robotic-assisted surgery. I'm wondering if aggressive prostate cancer can be cured w/surgery or if radiation is a better option. This is very scary. He is only 56. It seems that most people who have surgery have a lower gleason ...

Prostate Cancer - My husband had radical prostatectomy in Jan 2001. His PSA levels have been?

Posted 17 May 2016 by Shorty57 0 answers

... undectiuble until now. He recently had one done and level was 0.03 should we be concerned? He just turned 65 years old. This lab was done during a routine lab work done at family MD. Should he follow up with urologist? Kinda nervous, any help would be appreciated. He has never had chemo or ...

MiraLax - I had two Turp surgery and having problems with constipation and urinateing?

Posted 15 Jan 2016 by rsutton 1 answer

I try Maralax but it would not work for me , I used it for 6 day and it didn't work. Should I have try it longer. Need help when I am having constipation and can not urinate.

Will 20 mg of Cialis be helpful? Viagra has no effect?

Posted 31 Aug 2015 by Hudson48 0 answers

I have had TURP surgery (2014) and don't have erections anymore.

Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) - My urologist has prescribed oxybutynin to use as needed?

Posted 28 Apr 2014 by ztemp 1 answer

... following my turp surgery. What is this drug, what does it do?

Can I take an occasional 200mg of ibuprophen while on warfarin 10 daily?

Posted 4 Apr 2015 by lewgar 2 answers

Just recently underwent prostatectomy and i find that the occasional (every couple of days) 200mg ibuprophen really helps with pain relief better thsn Tylenol.

Does too much coffee cause incontence 1 year after TURP operation?

Posted 19 Feb 2015 by doug moore 1 answer

even later on in the evening?

My TURP was aug30 this year 2012 or approx 56 days ago. My urologist checked my urine flow?

Posted 26 Oct 2012 by ramon124 1 answer

My slow urine flow last week prompted urologist to schedule me for cystocopy this monday oct29. any idea i am worried i am still urinating so frequently that i am lucky to space the urination two hours away or average 12 to 15 day

Do I have to be on Hormone treatments if I had a prostatectomy?

Posted 21 Jun 2012 by ruiantao 2 answers

I was diagnosed with Stage 4 Prostate Cancer at the age of 42. Have been on Eligard for about a year. It was explained to me that this treatment can only starve the cancer not kill it , mean while it looks for something else to feed off. Getting tired of the side effects (sweats, fatigue, sore ...

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