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Avatar n tn All I found was that while about 20% of the patients in a large clinical trial who took Flomax reported a headache, about the same percentage of the control group did as well. What does this mean? Your husband's CHs may, indeed, have been triggered by the Flomax either because of some other combination of drugs/food interacting with the Flomax or all by itself because of some unusual physiological makeup he may have.
428185 tn?1203745389 I don't want dry orgasms. I don't care what anyone says - I sometimes have dry orgasms thanks to Flomax, and they suck - nowhere near the same sensation. There has to be ejaculate pulsing to the outside for that feeling to occur. And that feeling originates in the prostate, not the penis. I have spectacular orgasms - even my wife says so. Second problem: It's all a **** shoot. Every practitioner of every treatment modality says his is the best and the rest have problems.
206807 tn?1331939784 These detainees have been kept for 13 years with no trial, Why no trial vance? what happened? Do your research. Then it will make all kinds of sense to you. You will not hear it in the media, they are having a ratings feast and want to continue it as long as they can, same with the politicians, you got to do your own homework. Dont feed em.
649848 tn?1534637300 The urologist's office called on Thursday to set up an appointment to insert the Inter-Stim for the trial period. They wanted to do it on September 4 and I said no because we're going to be gone - I'd have put it off anyway. They only do it once/month so the next time will be October and by then I will have been to the urogyn and will hopefully have a better idea of what's going on. I will also have had a chance to do more research.
Avatar n tn and see if the problem he describes is similar to what you are facing. Enigmaman; I just started a trial run of Flomax, and I'm telling you, that stuff is wonderful. Almost as good as the Cipro! My flaccid penis is about 4 inches long now (it always used to be 1-1.5" at most) and when I'm on this, I never get micro-peen syndrome. I can urinate pretty freely, and the whole area down there seems relaxed. Sweet relief!
Avatar m tn Motrin has been my savior for the past couple days. Today I actually had a decent day. No day is actually symptom free, but today was tolerable without motrin. I will try that pyridium, my Dr also has me taking vesicare 10mg once a day, so I usually take it before bed, I don't feel it does much though. Tonight will be 1 week on antibiotics. I bought some saw palmetto today too. Next on the list is a probiotic.
Avatar m tn After having my prostate checked for normal results, I was still put on Levaquin and Flomax just in case. Didn't help. I then got a CT scan on my pelvis area where everything came back normal except for scattered lymph nodes in the retroperitoneum and the mesentery that were ignored because they didn’t meet CT criteria for enlarged lymph nodes. Then I was told it could be my genitofemoral nerve, which runs from my back to my scrotum along my groin.
Avatar m tn Only the Alpha Blockers worked, of which there are several types, Tamsulosin (Flomax), Doxazosin, Terazosin and others. I'm not in a relationships right now, but I do also dread having to strip off in front of a woman, when I do find one. I guess I'll have to take the alpha blockers or Viagra beforehand. Doctors don't have a clue about this. I have asked several Urologists, and they just say it's normal !
Avatar n tn 53, excellent health, have enlarge prostate (take Flomax). Also take Centrum Silver, Zocor, Nexium and a baby aspirin. But, have taken all these for a long, long time and doubt any of them are the cause. I started a new job where I sit in an office chair 8 hours+ each day. The vibration started a few days after I started this job, though I've had office type jobs my entire life.
Avatar n tn hi guys, Same story with the blood in the sperm pretty much.
Avatar n tn It is not painful but as you said it is something you feel and know is there. If you have any other info since your last post please feel free to share.
Avatar n tn mitral valve prolapse (no meds), hypothyroidism (synthroid), depression (Wellbutrin), anxiety (Xanax--occasionally), and recurrent UTIs for which I'm on a maintenance antibiotic and flomax---just in case that provides any clues. Oh... and I HAVE been very stressed over the last few years, to the point where I've been concerned it might affect my health.