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If you have an enlarged prostate, your healthcare provider may prescribe Rapaflo™ (silodosin) to help relieve your symptoms. Although this medication does not shrink the prostate (as some other similar drugs do), it can help treat common symptoms, such as nighttime urination, frequent urination, and a weak stream. The medication, which comes in capsule form and is available in two strengths, is typically taken once a day with a meal.
 
(Click Rapaflo for information on how Rapaflo works, to learn more about the drug's effects, and to find out what side effects may occur. You can also click on the various links in the box to the right to access specific topics on Rapaflo.)
 
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