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Having frequent urination, mild prostatomegaly. Taking dutoz T, parkinson therapy. Is it safe?

My father is about 80 years of age and he is on parkinson therapy and ramipril H tabs for hypertension, he has been suffering from frequent urinary urge and dribbling upon scan found having mild prostatomegaly earlier he was taking dutoz T caps with no significant relief. Now he is being prescribed with Roliflo the new drug once a day. Is it safe to take for a long time what are the consequence for long term use and are there any drug interaction with other therapy of syndopa, ropark etc? Please advice
Asked On : Sat, 9 Mar 2013
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Jul 2016
Thanks for your query.Based on the facts that you have posted it appears that your father is known patient of Parkinson's disease taking drugs for the same.
He has frequency of micturition and his Ultrasound study revealed mild Prostatomegaly.and has been advised to take Raliflow.
This drug does not have severe side effects even taken for a long time.and does not have drug interaction with anti parkinson's medicines.

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