Each single-dose tablet of terazosin is available in dosages of 2, 5, and 10 mg and is comprised of terazosin hydrochloride IP equivalent along with other ingredients.


Usage of this drug is indicated in the treatment of benign prostate hyperplasia, urinary urgency, cases of hypertension, and improving urination in men.

Side effects

A mild to moderate range of side effects have been observed. Side effects such as dizziness, fatigue, headache, nausea, vomiting, blurred vision, weakness, swelling in hands or feet, and a tingling sensation.


This medication is to be prescribed cautiously in patients with a history of prostate cancer; it is not to be prescribed during pregnancy, prior to working with heavy machinery, or while driving.


This medication is contraindicated in patients with severe renal dysfunction, pregnancy, ocular surgery, priapism, syncope, or hypersensitivity to terazosin or any of its constituents.

Dosage and administration

In adults, the usual dosage in cases of hypertension is 1 mg to be administered orally once a day at bedtime. A maximum dose of up to 20 mg per day can be given. In the case of benign prostate hyperplasia, 1 mg is to be administered orally once a day before bedtime, and the dosage is to be increased accordingly.


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