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Radha Lokhandeover 1 year ago

What are the uses, side effects and interactions of Tamsulosin Oral?

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over 1 year ago

Tamsulosin Oral belongs to the class of Alpha Blockers. This prescription medicine is used for the treatment of Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) i.e. a non-neoplastic condition which causes enlargement of prostate. Moreover, Tamsulosin Oral is used for the treatment of kidney stones and bladder outlet obstruction. The side effects of Tamsulosin Oral include - Loss of libido - Trouble sleeping - Abnormal ejaculation and decreased amount of semen - Weakness - Dizziness - Drowsiness - Nausea - Diarrhea - Blurry vision - Chest pain - Runny nose Tamsulosin Oral interacts with the following drugs. - Acid Blocking Drugs e.g. Cimetidine - Antibiotics e.g. Erythromycin - Anti-Depressants e.g. Peroxitine - Anti-Fungal e.g. ketoconazole - Drugs for Erectile Dysfunction e.g. Sildenafil

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over 1 year ago

Tamsulin is an alpha blocker specific alpha 1 a adrenergic antagonist used primarily incase of BPH Common side effects include Orthostatic hypotension Vasodilation can cause headaches and nasal congestion