Combodart 0.5mg/0.4mg Capsules

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Combodart is a prescription medication used to treat symptoms of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) and lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS). The active ingredients in Combodart are dutasteride and tamsulosin, which work together to relax the muscles in the prostate and bladder neck, improving urinary flow and reducing symptoms such as weak urine stream, difficulty starting urination, and frequent urination. Combodart is taken orally, typically once a day. It is important to take Combodart exactly as prescribed by a healthcare provider and not to stop taking the medication suddenly, as this can cause symptoms to worsen.

  • Ready to ship February 7, 2023
What is it used for?

• Combodart is only suitable for men.
• Over the age of 18.

Who is it suitable for?

• Not for Woman.
• If you are under the age of 18.
• If you are allergic to dutasteride.
• If you have a severe liver disease.
• If low blood pressure.

How do you take it?

• Dutasteride belongs to the class of medicines known as 5-alpha reductase inhibitors.
• Tamsulosin is an alpha-blocker. You should take this tablet once day also should take the doses 30 minutes after the same meal. (One capsule taken once a day)
• Do not make up for missed doses.
• Use a condom during intercourse, while taking Combodart if your sex partner is pregnant or might become pregnant.
• Avoid consuming tobacco, alcohol, and caffeine, as all of these substances can reduce the effectiveness of the medications and increase the risk of side effects.
• You should not chew or break open the capsule.

Possible side effect?

• Decreased sex drive
• Difficulty with ejaculation
• Breast enlargement
• Dizziness
• Impotence

Combodart  0.5mg/0.4mg Capsules.

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