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I am 45 yr old female. i was having frequent urination problem with no pain, burning or no itching.
Almost similar problems as Anup30.
All the Urine routine & culture investigations & Ultrasound is found normal
After consulting the urologist, i have taken UROTEL XL 2 as OD & FURENT as BD & OXALOBACT as OD for five days.
I got 99% relief.
Again i've been subscribed UROTEL XL 2 for another 21 days & FURENT for 3 days .... both as OD.
Now since i'm 99% relieved so whether i shoud
1. continue with the same medicines as prescribed by him
2. whether UROTEL XL is habit forming?
3. whether it has any side effects?
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