Rapaflo (Silodosin) Customer Reviews


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Rapaflo Description 

This medication is a prescription medicine used to treat mild to moderate symptoms of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), generally known as prostate gland enlargement. This drug does not shrink the prostate, but it relaxes the muscles in the prostate and bladder. 

Rapaflo for Kidney Stones  

  • Silodosin is a pharmaceutical that belongs to a class of drugs known as peripheral alpha-blockers, which have been found to enhance the odds of stone transit without surgery. Drinking plenty of fluids and taking this medicine will offer the best chance of passing the stone without the need to undergo costly surgery or lithotripsy. 

Rapaflo vs Flomax

  • Both Rapaflo (silodosin) and Flomax (tamsulosin) are alpha-blockers, which means they act on the same receptors in our bodies. However, this does not mean that they can be interchanged. 
  • Rapaflo (silodosin) may work better for certain people, while Flomax may work better for others. 
  • They also differ in terms of the adverse effects that each individual may encounter. 

Rapaflo Dose

Adult Dose for Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia: 

  • 8 mg taken once a day with a meal


  • This medication is typically taken once daily with a meal. Pay close attention to your doctor’s dosage recommendations. 
  • If you are unable to take a capsule whole, open it and mix with a spoonful of pudding or applesauce. Drink a full glass of water after swallowing the combination without chewing. 

Side Effects

The following are some of the most common adverse effects: 

  • dizziness, feeling like you’re about to pass out; 
  • Headache; 
  • Diarrhea; 
  • atypical ejaculation; or 
  • Sinus ache and stuffy nose 


  • This medication should not be used if you have serious renal or liver damage. 
  • This medication should not be used with related medications such as alfuzosin, doxazosin, prazosin, tamsulosin, or terazosin. 
  • Silodosin may produce dizziness or fainting, particularly when first started. Be very cautious if operating a vehicle or doing anything else that needs you to be aware of. Avoid standing for extended periods or becoming overheated while exercising or in hot weather. If you rise up too quickly from a sitting or lying posture, you may feel dizzy. 

Frequently Asked Questions 

-What is Rapaflo? 

This prescription Drug (silodosin) is an alpha-adrenergic blocker that is used to improve urination in males suffering from benign prostatic hyperplasia (enlarged prostate) by relaxing the muscles in the prostate and bladder. 

-How long does Rapaflo stay in your system?  

It is hard to predict how long a medication will stay in your system because it is impacted by a variety of factors such as age, metabolism, state of health, a dose of medicine, and so on. Rapaflo has a somewhat lengthy half-life, therefore it will take some time to leave your system.  

-How long does it take for Rapaflo to work? 

It has a half-life of 13.3 hours, which is the amount of time it takes for the body to remove the drug’s plasma by half. 

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Additional information

Generic name:



Capsule, Tablet


4mg, 8mg

Quantities Available:

60, 90

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