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45 yrs old suffering from Adult polycystic kidney disease, premature ejaculation. Advised Tazzle, Duralast. Is it ok ?

I am a 45 years male suffering from Adult Polycystic Kidney Disease on both the kidneys. I have undergone Angioplasty in june 2010, 2 years back. I am having both ED and Premature Ejaculation . I am advised to take TAB TAZZLE-10 mg and TAB DURALAST-30 mg ONE TAB daily . Having these deseases as mentioned above can I take these tablets. I had informed the Andrologist about my health problems and he has said there is no problem. Kindly advise.
Asked On : Tue, 23 Oct 2012
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Nephrologist 's  Response
Thanks for asking your queries on HCM.
From a renal perspective it seems safe to use the above pills.
However you definitely need to consult your cardiologist prior to using them as some of the medications for your heart may interact with these pills.
Good luck.
Answered: Thu, 15 Nov 2012
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