Review: could Prolia cause Frequent urination (Frequent or urgent urination)?
Summary: there is no Frequent urination reported by people who take Prolia yet.
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Prolia has active ingredients of denosumab. It is often used in osteoporosis. (latest outcomes from 5,839 Prolia users)
Frequent urination has been reported by people with high blood pressure, high blood cholesterol, depression, gastroesophageal reflux disease, pain. (latest reports from 679 Frequent urination patients)
On Jan, 1, 2015: No report is found
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- I use levothroxine can i develop overactive bladder with continued use? (4 answers)
I seeing A new doctor about 5 years ago. The drug I had been using before was from an animal source. New doctor prescribes Levothyroxine and I began taking it as prescribed and gradually the frequency and volume of urine increased until I would get up from sleep in the middle of my sleep cycle to urinate until once I urinated a large volume and returned to bed, the urge was still urgent and I urinated again, same large volume and urgency. When I asked my doctor if I could go back to my original normal thyroid medicine, and he seemed very offended, citing his fourteen years spent in school to become a doctor and he would not change it because of some "2 lines on the internet" My daughter knew about my misery,researched and found a site that stated continued people who use Levothyroxine will cause overactive bladder. I have gone to the site but cannot find a concise statement there. Otherwise, I like this doctor. I was shocked and dumbstruck. I went to a very thorough urologist. e was patient and told me that it worked for most people but he had a few patients that it did not help. He is affiliated with the same practice as my primary care physician. I would like some "official" statement that will convince him that this is true. Otherwise, it will be necessary for me to find another doctor who does believe his/her patient.
- Do the side effects of prolia either stop or lessen over the 6 month period between injections?
I am wondering if the side effects of Prolia go away or lessen during the six months it is taken for.
- Burning sensation aft urinate in morning
taking flomax last one year suddenly getting burning sensation in my penus aft i go to P and remaing burning for 5 to 10 minutes did all the urine test and all are are negative so i dont know what is cause.my urology did even cystoscopy and he id not find anything my P S A is 2.45 normal. my dr. says i do have little prostate enlarge i have to go bath room more then 12 times in 24 hours , just to know it is side effect of flow max or what else?
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Worried by a frequent urination & at times the condition is sudden
- Is there a connection between prolia injections and transient global amnesia
I was given an injection of Prolia for osteoporsis 7 days before a necessary ER visit due to transient global amnesia. That day is a total blank. The three previous days are very sketchy. Is there anyone who has experienced a correlation between Prolia and amnesia?
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