Potential risk from BPH medications

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I was treated with 4mg a day Alpha Blockers 2006 to 2015 and Dutasteride + another 4mg Alphas 2013/14. Open RP 2015 has left me with well above the general level of incontinence and a deal of associated complaints and mistreatments. Has anyone else on the site felt medication treatment for BPH may have adversely affected their situation. The Dutasteride failed to achieve a promised prostate reduction in my case???Though urologists had known since 1995 the alphas would need an increase above 4mg a day dosage after 2 years use as no research had been done they would not increase Alhpa dose but doubled it unresearched with the Duodart combination. I am not aware of any subsequent research. It just sounds such an unprofessional method of treatment. In Australia BPH is generally only treated with risky drugs or TURPS and we don't even hear of all the other options in use USA & UK.

Barrie Heslop

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