FDA Approved Drugs and User Comments: RAPAFLO

User Comments:


For Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia “While rapaflo relieved my BPH symptoms, the side effect of retrograde ejaculatuion caused me to stop taking it. My pharmacist suggested I take the generic form (alfuzosion). Best decision I made! Same benefit without side effect”

Koder January 15, 2018


For Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia “Been taking Rapaflo for three weeks. No improvement in urine flow, not at all.Also, experiencing a lot of soreness in the prostate and occasional sharp, jabbing pains there. Stopping taking it.”

MountainMail (taken for less than 1 month) December 21, 2017


For Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia “Seemed to work for about two 1/2 weeks, then wore off andsymptoms returned. I would of had to stop takinganyway due to unbelievable nasal congestion. Tried to stick with it for 3 more weeks, but since I could not breath throughmy nose had trouble with sleep also. Also no sperm at all.Two weeks after stopping still some nasal congestion.”

Rothie (taken for 1 to 6 months) October 16, 2017


For Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia “Decreased or non-existent semen flow”

Tio Joseph May 19, 2017


For Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia “Best drug out there for improvement in stream. Worst drug out there for retrograde ejaculation and orgasm buzz killer.”

Frequent bathroom visitor April 6, 2017


For Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia “BPH, 2 acute urinary retention episodes in less than a month. Started with Avodart (0.5 mg) daily (in the morning) and Rapaflo (4 mg, before going to sleep). This combination seems to be working for me after 3 weeks (no waking up at night to pee, no urgency). Avodart shrinks the prostate (it may take up to 6 month to see improvement) and Rapaflo relaxes the prostate gland and the bladder’s neck to make it easy to urinate. Rapaflo also gives me very strong erections (not sure why) and I do have retro ejaculation but I prefer that to the inconvenience of having a catheter in which can also cause UTI. Every man’s prostate is different. Just keep trying to find the right pill for you.”

Larr123 February 17, 2017

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