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Flomax has active ingredients of tamsulosin hydrochloride. It is often used in enlarged prostate. (latest outcomes from Flomax 21,170 users)
Orgasm abnormal (abnormal sex satisfaction) has been reported by people with hypotension, rashes, cerebrovascular disorder, cardiovascular insufficiency, stroke (latest reports from 379 Orgasm abnormal patients).
On Jul, 26, 2016
20,527 people reported to have side effects when taking Flomax.
Among them, 3 people (0.01%) have Orgasm Abnormal
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I had robotic prostactomy surgey about 15 months ago. Afterwards I experienced difficulty in ED (erections) but despite this I did experience some degree of orgasmic pleasure. My Urologist prescribed viagra and cialis for a few months, but the medication had no effect on my erections or aorgasms whatsoever. I could achieve by means of masturbation quite some fullness in the penis, but it never reached and maintained sufficient hardness for normal penetration; it also takes a very long time to reach some form of orgasm. Eventually I bought a vacuret pump and almost immediately I managed to have more than medium to even real hard erections, but orgasm did not really improve much. Thus, having firm erections with the assistance of the vacuret pump, but not the same intensity regarding orgasms. I am a daily user of Omex 20 (Omeprazole) for many years. Before the robotic surgery, this medication seemed not to have any real detrimental effect on my erections and my organisms. But after surgery, I start suspecting that it may perhaps have effect as to my ED and lack of (easily) acquired orgasm. I would like to hear from you any comments on this. I am otherhwise a very healty and even fit person (age 66 years).
I am a male born in August 1936. Diagnosed with terminal bladder cancer in Oct. 2007, I responded well to chemo. However, there has been three recurrences since remission, tho of far less severity. I was put on tamsulosin from Nov. 2007. Tho' my creatinine was a bit high during the early stages of chemo (93 ummol/L, varying from 82 - 105), my eGFR was about 60 or greater until May 2013 - not giving me too much alarm. However, CT/MRI scans did indicate my right kidney was atrophing. I was assured this was due to the ureter being blocked due to the scarring in removing the bladder tumour. And that the other kidney was fine and able to cope on its own. It was noticed about March 2014 that the remaining kidney was failing - creatinine rsing to above 220, eGFR falling to 28. The nephrologist could offer no explanation as to why this may have happened - despite having full access to all my notes; words to the effect that these things just happen. Similarly my urologist never suggested that there may be a problem due to taking tamsulosin. So I continued taking tamsulsin on and off, virtually stopping in Aug. 2014 when I had a prostatectomy to bore out my prostate. Having recurrent bladder cancer that was my main concern, tho' a failing kidney was becoming equally important in terms of survival. As a daily self-tracker of lifestyle for 40+ years in increasing detail, I have good records covering my whole time on tamsulosin as well as many clinical markers. So when my getting up at night increased in frequency and I went back on tamsusolin, I noticed that my %risk of loosing my kidney in 5 years shot up - and I suspected this was due to tamsulosin - which I stopped fairly quickly (I'd taken it for 20 days). I will do creatinine and albumin tests in a few days to see if my risk has reduced again - it had been improving prior to re-starting tamsulosin (it had risen from 3.4% to 9.2%; but has been as high as 40+%. My data has shown that animal protein (and and fish to a less extent) correlated with increased kidney marker distress. Vegetable protein correlated highly with reducing stress. I have become vegan since uncovering these correlations.
hes been on his meds for the sezures sence he was 2 and now 14 (lamotrigine), and just got put on flomax for his kidney stones a month ago , and he had a sezure sunday morning out of no where , do you think taking them both together may have cause this to happen ?
I am a male born in August 1936. Diagnosed with terminal bladder cancer in Oct. 2007, I responded well to chemo. However, there has been three recurrences since remission, tho of far less severity. I was put on tamsulosin from Nov. 2007. Tho' my creatinine was a bit high during the early ...
When is the best time to take these two drugs and if they can be taken together. I am taking mesalemeen at seven o'clock after supper but it upsets my digestive tract and brings on gas for two hours. I am 65 and retired.
I took Tamsulosin for a month for BPH. It actually worked quite well. However, the severe nasal congested was unbearable causing me to d/c the drug. I have now tried alfuzosin and other alpha blockers without success. I'm interested to know if anyone has had success combating the Flomax ...
I have had Prostatitis for many months,Seen Urologist 5 weeks ago He gave me Cipro 500MG 2 times per day. With Naproxen 500mg and Flomax ,4 the cipro made me very sick. So I stopped taking them after one week. Went for a 2nd opinion today with a different Dr. He gave me 750mg ...
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