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Combodart
tamsulosin hydrochloride, dutasteride
ATC Code: G04CA52, Generic Medicine: No, Manufacturer: Not specified.
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Combodart
tamsulosin hydrochloride, dutasteride
ATC Code: G04CA52, Generic Medicine: No, Manufacturer: Not specified.

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Satisfaction

Level of Satisfaction 58%

What patients say...

Effectiveness 69%
Quantity of side effects 42%
Severity of side effects 50%
Ease of use 91%

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Combodart

03/01/2019 | | 56moderated by Susan
tamsulosin hydrochloride, dutasteride (0,4/0,5MG) for Benign prostatic hyperplasia

Mild BPH with reduced urinary flow and increased PSA, though not dramatically, led my urologist to suggest I try Combodart. Urinary flow improved significantly almost from one day to the next, more continuous nights of sleep. First checkup after 90 capsules - three months - showed prostate volume down by 10ml and PSA back to well within the norms. Side effects include occasional dizzyness but m...
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Combodart

18/08/2017 | | 79moderated by Philip
tamsulosin hydrochloride, dutasteride (0,4/0,5mg) for benign prostatic hyperplasia

used terrazosin 10 mg (from 2 to 10 mg) since 1995. On 5 August 2017 switched to Combodart on the advice of the specialist but stopped after 5 days, couldn't hardly pee any more at all. Went to the GP and went back on to terazosin 10 mg + Avodart 0.5. Side effects okay. My prostate is now at psa 9 and on 13 October 2015 after puncture, my Gleason score was 3+3=6.
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Combodart

21/06/2017 | | 80moderated by Susan
tamsulosin hydrochloride, dutasteride (0,4/0,5mg) for benign prostatic hyperplasia

I’ve used Combodart for over two years without any side effects. When Combodart was temporarily unavailable I had to switch to Tamsulosine. I immediately got problems urinating which have still not disappeared six months after switching back to Combodart. It still is a problem and going to the toilet is getting harder every day!
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Combodart

03/05/2017 | | 77moderated by Susan
tamsulosin hydrochloride, dutasteride (0,4/0,5mg) for benign prostatic hyperplasia

Had a very enlarged prostate/difficulties passing water, even when I really needed to/sometimes it would take me 10-15 minutes/PSA about 7. Now, after about 7 months use: PSA 1.6. Urinating ok. A world of difference. No libido and occasional mild urinal incontinence. (The medication is incredibly expensive and isn't covered by my health insurance, it's not even partially paid back...)
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Combodart

22/06/2016 | | 77moderated by Henry
tamsulosin hydrochloride, dutasteride (0,4/0,5mg) for benign prostatic hyperplasia

Used for years, prostate still big but PSA down to 4. Urinating is fine, but when I need to go have to go then. Mild urinary incontinence which I combats with Tena for Men. Unfortunately, now and then, I get very light, runny faecal incontinence. For the 2nd time I've had a 'fit' with palpitations (normal heartbeat 56, now up to 90 and irregular on minimal exercise, both the rhythm and the extr...
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Combodart

08/03/2016 | | 65moderated by Susan
tamsulosin hydrochloride, dutasteride (0,4/0,5mg) for benign prostatic hyperplasia

enlarged prostate gland, difficulty urinating, after taking combodart for a few weeks everything was back to normal. The minor irritations are quite easy to cope with. Now it seems that my prostate gland is smaller because of this medication, I don't have to have surgical intervention. I should also say that there is no problem with getting an erection or ejaculating, you just have to stop the ...
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