Silofast 4 mg
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Silofast 4 mg(Silodosin)
Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) can cause urinary tract symptoms such as excessive urination at night, slow urine flow, and incomplete emptying of the bladder. If any of these symptoms trouble enough than look for a treatment, Silofast 4 mg is an option. The drug contains the active ingredient Silodosin, an alpha-blocker, which treats enlarged prostate or BPH. Silodosin functions by relaxing the prostate and bladder muscles, enhancing the urine flow. This medication is specially formulated for men to reduce the signs and symptoms of BPH. The health care specialist should best determine the dosage of the drug. SIlofast is not for patients suffering from severe kidney or liver impairment.
Clinical Uses of Silofast 4 mg
Silofast 4 mg is a prescription treatment for symptoms of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH)in males with an enlarged prostate gland. The medicine contains the active ingredient Silodosin, which helps to relieve the symptoms of urinary retention caused by restricted urine flow as the size of the prostate gland increases and presses against the urethra. This improves the flow of urine, prevents blockage in the bladder, restores bladder control and relieves symptoms like difficulty passing urine, frequent urination, excessive urine flow in the midnight, inability to empty the bladder, and difficulty passing urine. The medicine is used to treat the condition that is usually treated in the condition.
Take Silofast 4 mg once a day with food. The dose must be reduced to half if the patient has moderate kidney impairment, and the medicine is not recommended for those with severe impairment. Always use this medicine exactly as your health care specialist told you. Silofast 4 mg per day is the lowest recommended dose; your health care specialist may increase your dose up to 8 mg per day. Take the capsule with food, preferably at the same time each day. Taking more than you should take may make you feel dizzy or feel weak so tell your health care specialist straight away if you took more than then the recommended amount. You must finish the full course of the treatment even if you feel better after taking medicine for a few days.
Warnings and Precautions
Before taking Silofast 4 mg capsules, inform health care specialist if you are suffering from any liver or kidney disease. Be sure to tell your health care specialist about your eye surgery or eye conditions like glaucoma or cataract before taking silodosin capsules. Let your health care provider know other medicines you are using right now. These may include medication for tuberculosis, ED drugs, and medicines used to treat fungal infections.
Side Effects of Silofast 4 mg
Silofast 4 mg is usually well tolerated. However, it may produce mild side effects such as confusion, dizziness, diarrhoea, chills, nasal congestion, and headache. Avoid driving or doing things that need mental focus. Simple lifestyle changes can also help you manage BPH symptoms. Urinate as soon as you feel the urge. However, make sure you don’t push your empty bladder to urinate. Do not drink alcohol or caffeine while taking silodosin.