Cialis is a PDE5 type of drug for erectile dysfunction. This is a male sexual problem that occurs when a man cannot have sexual intercourse because he cannot obtain a suitable erection.

Cialis contains tadalafil which allows the tissues and muscles in and around the penis to relax. Therefore blood can flow into the penis. This facilitates an erection.

Cialis does not act as a contraceptive. You will have to use a condom to avoid pregnancy. Cialis is not a treatment for STDs (sexually transmitted diseases) like AIDS, gonorrhea, hepatitis B, or syphilis. This medication is not for women or children. Cialis is dispensed as oral tablets of 5mg, 10mg and 20mg.

How to take Cialis

Your doctor will decide on your dosage and how often you can take this medication. Some men take a dose every day, while others use it when needed. Follow your doctor?s advice at all times.

If your doctor instructs you to take a dose every day, it will be a low dose of between 2.5mg and 5mg a day. However, if Cialis is to be used when you need it, the dosage will be higher. Never increase your prescribed dose ? this could cause dangerous side effects. The beneficial effects of Cialis can last for as long as 36 hours.

You should refrain from eating or drinking any grapefruit based products while using Cialis. Grapefruit can cause problems in the bloodstream when ingested with certain medications. Your doctor can explain this to you.

Side effects of Cialis

You might experience some of the following side effects: vision problems, upset stomach, headache, muscle or back pain, blocked nose, flushing of the face, or pain in your legs or arms. These are usually mild and occur in the early stages of treatment. If they continue, seek medical advice.

It is not known for sure if tadalafil is linked to a serious eye problem called NAION. Therefore if you should suddenly lose vision in one, or both, eyes, get medical help urgently. You could be predisposed to this condition if you are older than 50, if you smoke, if you have vision problems, or if you have high cholesterol, high blood pressure or a history of heart problems.

During sexual intercourse your heart may take strain, particularly if you have a heart problem. Do not continue having intercourse if you feel very dizzy or faint, of if you get chest pain. Seek help immediately.

If your erection lasts for more than four hours, of if you have pain during an erection, get help immediately. This could cause permanent damage.

Cialis could cause a ringing sound in your ears, or other hearing problems. If this happens, discontinue use of this drug and speak to your doctor.

Rarely, some men have had an allergic reaction to Cialis. If you break out in hives; or find it difficult to breathe; or your face, mouth or throat swells, and you feel very dizzy, this could indicate an allergic reaction. Get emergency assistance as fast as possible.

Cialis may be associated with other side-effects not mentioned above. If you have any unusual pain or symptoms, report them to your doctor.

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