How are you? Uncontrollable erections in sleep are called as nocturnal emissions, and they are quiet common in men of all ages. Some patient’s wake up and have a control on it, while some others have an erection while they are asleep. It is not considered abnormal and is not a side effect of use of flomax.
Dizziness, unusual weakness, drowsiness, trouble sleeping, or runny nose, fainting, vision changes, sexual problems (difficulty ejaculating, decreased interest in sex), fast heartbeat etc are the usual side effects of flomax. But they can rarely develop after such a prolonged use.
Consult a urologist for further help.
Thanks, I thought the same thing. We will definately look into a urologist. He has a deformed kidney and bladder sensitivity(pants, belts etc.). Thank you very much!