Cialis

Cialis

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Cialis is similar to Viagra in that its medical effect is to expand the walls of arterial vessels and thereby enhance the flow of blood to targeted areas of the body. More information

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Read the package leaflet for more information about risks and side effects, or ask your doctor or pharmacist for advice.

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What is Cialis?


Cialis is similar to Viagra in that its medical effect is to expand the walls of arterial vessels and thereby enhance the flow of blood to targeted areas of the body. A related drug called Adcirca is specifically used to treat pulmonary arterial hypertension, and the two drugs should not be taken at the same time. Read the information below to find out more concerning Cialis, its effects and what to be aware of when taking it.

When is Cialis used?


Cialis is used as an alternative to Viagra for treating Erectile Dysfunction (ED) or male impotence, and is also used to treat some of the symptoms of benign prostatic hypertrophy, or enlargement of the prostate in men. Erectile Dysfunction is the condition in which a male erection cannot be achieved or maintained because the flow of blood to the penis is not sufficient for the duration of effective intercourse. This can lead to relationship problems and depression if not addressed.

Cialis stimulates the arterial vessels in the penis to expand and allow more blood to flow into them. It’s important to note that the erection itself is caused by normal sexual activity, and that Cialis works alongside regular sexual stimulation to maintain an erection for longer. It does not make the penis bigger, as is often supposed, and it does not trigger spontaneous erections. In the normal course of events, blood vessel stimulants produced by the body are broken down, but this process is inhibited by the action of Cialis, so that a more durable erection is maintained.

How to use Cialis


Cialis is typically taken once a day, with or without food. The tablet should be swallowed whole rather than chewed or split, and is taken just before sexual activity begins, if ED is being addressed. Note that simply taking the pill will not of itself induce an erection. If you experience giddiness or nausea when taking Cialis, or feel a pain or tingling in your arms, chest or neck, you should immediately report these symptoms to your doctor.

Dosage


Cialis is available in doses of 5mg, 10mg and 20mg, and your doctor will be able to recommend the dosage most suitable for you. The effectiveness of the drug can vary between individuals, and although 10mg is suitable in most cases 20mg may sometimes be more effective. The 10mg and 20mg tablets are effective for 36 hours, whereas if you have sex more than twice a week you may prefer to take the weaker 5mg form of the drug.

Side effects


Possible side effects to taking Cialis may include:

• Difficulty in breathing
• Headaches
• Diarrhoea
• Convulsions
• Muscular pain
• Hives
• Swelling of the tongue, lips, throat or face.

If your erection continues for longer than four hours you should also report this to your doctor. A continuous erection can cause tissue damage to the penis as well as interfere with normal daily life.
Another potential side effect of Cialis is a sudden loss of vision, which has been experienced by a small number of patients. If this happens, stop taking Cialis immediately and consult your doctor. It is usually experienced by people who already have a history of eye problems or blood vessel disorder risk factors such as diabetes, high cholesterol, smoking or coronary heart disease. Cialis in these cases may not be the actual cause of the loss of vision, but rather a contributory factor.

Contraindications


It is especially important not to take Cialis if you are currently taking a nitrate-based drug for the treatment of chest pains or heart problems, such as isosorbide mononitrate, and several types of recreational drugs such as ‘poppers’ also included in this category. You should also avoid Cialis if you have an allergic reaction to tadalafil, which is the active ingredient in the product.

If you are taking any other medications you must consult your doctor for advice about possible medical contraindications when considering taking Cialis. These include in particular any antifungal or antibiotic medications, antiviral treatments for HIV/AIDS or hepatitis C, seizure medicines and drugs used to treat prostate disorder or high blood pressure. Other drugs that may cause a problem when taken along with Cialis include herbal products, vitamins and prescription medicines, so it is extremely important to check with your doctor before taking Cialis or, indeed, any other drug.

Use during pregnancy, driving and with alcohol


Cialis is not prescribed for use by women, as it is used primarily for the treatment of Erectile Dysfunction in men.
Cialis and alcohol taken together can cause dizziness because both are vasodilators, so it’s best to cut out the alcohol except in small and sensible amounts. As Cialis can induce dizziness on its own too it is best to avoid driving.

Reviews (2)

Super product!

(5/5)
Manchester,

I have used Viagra before, which worked fine. Last week, I was able to order Cialis via Dokteronline’s newsletter. It was delivered on a Saturday and, of course, I couldn’t wait to try it out. I can truly say it is a great weekend pill!

Better than taking pill as needed

(5/5)
London,

Brilliant product - gets things back to normal rather than taking a pill when I want sex!

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