Urimax is an antagonist prescribed for treating prostatic hyperplasia (benign) as it helps relieve symptoms, such as urinary incontinence. It is advised that the prescribed dosage for the duration be taken with food and at the same time daily.
If you are on different medications for other health issues, inform your doctor before taking Urimax to avoid potential side effects. Patients with liver illnesses should follow the doctor’s recommendations and regular follow-ups.
Urimax is intended to treat the symptoms of an enlarged prostate (benign prostatic hyperplasia) in males, such as uncomfortable urination. In addition, it is used to treat chronic prostatitis and pelvic pain caused by a combination of variables, including psychological dysfunctions, neurological, endocrine, and immune system problems. The drug also helps remove kidney stones and associated disorders, such as joint and muscle pain and discomfort.
Urimax can cause significant adverse effects and health concerns if not taken in the prescribed dosage. Some side effects are as follows-
If you are experiencing any of these significant side effects listed above, consult your doctor.
1. How long can Urimax D be taken?
At first, the usual dosage ranges from 2 to 4 weeks. Patients who do not respond to the indicated dosages might need to increase the dosage on the doctor's advice. In addition, if drug administration is paused or terminated for a few days for any reason, therapy must be restarted at the same dosage.
2. Is Urimax a diuretic?
No, Urimax capsules are not a diuretic and do not cause you to urinate frequently. On the contrary, it improves urine flow and decreases the need to urinate repeatedly, which is one of the significant symptoms of benign enlargement of the prostate gland. To better understand Urimax, its uses, side effects, dosages and precautions, call Yashoda Hospitals and consult our expert medical advisors.
3. Do Urilosin D and Urimax capsules have the same effects?
Yes, both Urilosin D and Urimax capsules have the same effect. Men with an enlarged prostate, a non-cancerous enlargement of the prostate gland, are treated with these medications. As they both carry the same effect, one can be substituted for another but only after the doctor's approval and prescribed dosage.
4. Can Dericort and Urimax be taken together?
Dericort belongs to a group of strong steroids used to treat various diseases and conditions, such as autoimmune conditions, inflammatory conditions, and cancer. Due to the nature of these two medicine's effects, it is better not to mix these two. In any case, always consult a doctor concerning the intake of different medications or any other medical-related concerns.
5. Can I stop taking Urimax?
Urimax can cause adverse side effects in rare cases, but you should not stop taking medicine without consulting your doctor. Abruptly stopping the medication can result in worsening the benign symptoms. For improved efficacy, the course of treatment should be completed without any possible gap.
6. Does Urimax cause frequent urination?
No, Urimax 0.4 Capsule does not make you urinate frequently. It enhances urine flow and reduces the urge to urinate frequently in men, improving symptoms of benign prostate enlargement. It also helps with urine storage problems, which are exacerbated by bladder instability. It must be taken for the duration recommended by the doctor.
7. When should I take the Urimax tablet?
Urinary issues such as difficulty passing pee and the need to go to the bathroom frequently or urgently might occur when your prostate gland grows enlarged. Urine flow may also reduce as a result. If you don? get treatment, your urine flow may become completely obstructed. Urimax tablets work by relaxing the bladder and prostate muscles. As a result, it can quickly alleviate discomfort and make urination easy. To get the most out of this drug, take it exactly as directed.
8. Is Urimax an antibiotic?
No, Urimax is an alpha-adrenergic antagonist used to treat benign prostatic hyperplasia. Tamsulosin hydrochloride is the active ingredient in it. In the human prostate, tamsulosin hydrochloride, a selective alpha 1A-adrenoceptor blocking drug, shows selectivity for alpha 1A-receptors. Tamsulosin hydrochloride works by relaxing the bladder neck, prostatic capsule, and prostatic urethra smooth muscles.
9. Is Urimax a steroid?
No, Urimax D is not a steroid. It has two main active ingredients - tamsulosin hydrochloride and dutasteride. Tamsulosin hydrochloride, a selective alpha 1A-adrenoceptor blocking drug, shows selectivity for alpha 1A-receptors. Dutasteride is a synthetic 4-azasteroid molecule that inhibits steroid five alpha-reductase types I and type II isoforms, an intracellular enzyme that transforms testosterone to 5 alpha-dihydrotestosterone (DHT)
10. Is Urimax safe?
In patients with benign enlargement of the prostate gland, Urimax 0.4 Capsule MR usually has no adverse effects. On the other hand, long-term usage of Urimax 0.4 Capsule MR. may raise the risk of infection, rhinitis, discomfort, and pharyngitis. If any adverse effects persist, take precautions, and call Yashoda Hospitals to consult our expert medical advisors.
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