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Frequently asked questions (FAQ)

Here you find the answer to frequently asked questions.

Prostamed

The leaflet says that Prostamed® tablets are chewable. Are they still safe to swallow?

Prostamed® tablets are not coated against stomach juices, so you can either chew or swallow the tablets – it has no influence on the effectiveness of Prostamed®. However, the tablets will act a little faster if chewed.

 

Use-by date on opened packs

How long can I still use a product after the packaging has been opened?

We've developed our products to last even after opening. You can use our liquids for up to three months after opening the packaging; you will find the use-by date for unopened products on the side flap of each package: "Use by XXXXXX" 

 

Questions on dosage

My doctor or medical practitioner has given me different dosage recommendations from those in the package leaflet. Which apply?

The dosage on the leaflet is only a recommendation. Of course, any doctor or other qualified healthcare practitioner can recommend a different dose. 

Name change

Prostamed® → Prostamed® Tab

Solidagoren® N → Solidagoren® Liquid

I've been using Prostamed® for years. Is it still available? 

We've renamed Prostamed® as Prostamed® Tab. The preparation has stayed exactly the same. We've had many of our products reapproved at the German Federal Institute for Drugs and Medical Devices (BfArM); these are what are referred to as traditional herbal registrations since the products have been on the market for more than sixty years, and the effects of some of the medicinal plants we use have been known for centuries. German law states that no two separately registered drugs can come onto the market with the same name. That's why Prostamed® is now Prostamed® Tab.

I've had good experience with Solidagoren® N, but Solidagoren® N isn't available anymore. Is Solidagoren® Liquid similar?

Solidagoren® and Solidagoren® Liquid are identical in composition. We've had many of our products reapproved at the German Federal Institute for Drugs and Medical Devices (BfArM); these are what are referred to as traditional herbal registrations since the products have been on the market for more than sixty years, and the effects of some of the medicinal plants we use have been known for centuries. German law states that no two separately registered drugs can come onto the market with the same name. That's why Solidagoren® N is now Solidagoren® Liquid. You can expect the same effects from Solidagoren® Liquid as from Solidagoren® N.