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Cialis (Branded Tadalafil)

Cialis is a prescribed medicine for sexual dysfunctions in men such as Erectile Dysfunction and Impotency also on the symptoms of Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH). Cialis is the brand name of Tadalafil and it belongs to the drug class called Phosphodiesterase-5 (PDE5) inhibitors. The another brand name of Tadalafil is Adcirca which is usd for the treatment of pulmonary arterial hypertension and it also increases exercising capacity. Should not take Adcirca and Cialis together unless and until your doctor tells you.

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People always neglect sexual health, and sexual dysfunctions are not spoken out about a lot. We need to understand those sexual dysfunctions like erectile dysfunction; impotence is regular and can be treated and is most common worldwide. 

Erectile dysfunction can also be caused by mental instabilities like stress or depression, and anxiety. People are often not comfortable talking about these conditions or accepting them also. There are many medicines on the market which can help you out. Let’s learn about Cialis, a medicine approved by the FDA for ED and Impotence.

Cialis is a prescribed medicine for sexual dysfunctions in men, such as Erectile Dysfunction and impotence as the symptoms of Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH). Cialis is the brand name of Tadalafil, and it belongs to the drug class called Phosphodiesterase-5 (PDE5) inhibitors. Another brand name of Tadalafil is Adcirca which is USD for the treatment of pulmonary arterial hypertension, and it also increases exercising capacity. Should not take Adcirca and Cialis together unless and until your doctor tells you. (Eardley, I. and Cartledge, J., 2002)

Cialis is a PDE5 inhibitor; PDE5 is an essential enzyme inside your body which is the main reason behind erectile dysfunctions. Because of the stimulation of your nerves, you get an erection. When this occurs, the muscles surrounding corpora cavernosa (cylindrical-shaped tissues in your penis) relax and get filled with blood.

When the connections between your nerves and brain get weak, blood doesn’t flow properly in your penis, and this causes ED. Cialis blocks PDE5 and helps your blood vessel walls to relax. This makes the blood flow more accessible and allows you to form a firm erection. (Sartori, E.R., Clausen, D.N., Pires, I.M.R. and Salamanca-Neto, C.A.R., 2017)

Cialis comes in an oral tablet form which can be taken with or without food. If you are taking Cialis, it is advised that you should take it as directed by your doctor. There are two ways to take this medication: it can be on a needed or daily basis.

On a needed basis, Cialis is taken 30 minutes before sex. Every time you have sex, you can take Cialis before it but should not take more than one tablet in 24 hours. Your doctor will help you with this. 

When you are taking Cialis daily, one dose every day is recommended. The time of taking the tablet is mostly dependent upon the time of sexual activities, and you can have sex at any time between doses. If you are taking Cialis every day, you need to make sure that you take it simultaneously every day. 

If you are taking any other medications or allergic to any medicine, inform your medical expert about it. (Gazzeri, R., Neroni, M., Galarza, M. and Esposito, S., 2008.)

Several medicines are available for ED, such as Stendra, Levitra and viagra. All these medicines, excluding Stendra, take 30 minutes to 2 hours to start working, and stendra takes 15 to 30 minutes, whereas Cialis takes 30 minutes to start working. Cialis works for a longer time than others which is 36 hours, and the other medicines work for 4 to 8 hours.

Cialis is the only medicine that works on other conditions, whereas others only work on ED, and it also can be taken daily and others should not. (Anzanello, M.J., Ortiz, R.S., Limberger, R. and Mariotti, K., 2014)

If Cialis is prescribed to you, you should inform your doctor about your allergies if you have any. Tell your doctor about your medical history and the medicines you are taking. Inform him about any conditions you have faced in the past 6 months, such as liver or kidney problems, blood pressure problems, heart failure or stroke, penis condition, dehydration, painful erection, eye problems, leukaemia, bleeding disorders or any active stomach ulcers.

Cialis can make you dizzy, so you should avoid having things which have the same effect. Drinking alcohol or smoking marijuana should be avoided, and also avoid doing tasks which require alertness like driving or using machinery. (Insufficiency, R)

Common side effects of Cialis are:

  • Headaches
  • Upset stomach
  • Diarrhea 
  • Flu
  • Memory problems 
  • Heartburn
  • Back or muscle pain
  • Low blood pressure
  • Dizziness
  • Nausea
  • Abnormal ejaculation
  • Prolonged erections
  • Blurred vision
  • Stuffy nose
  • cough

Rare side effects of Cialis are:

  •  Pain in penis
  • High blood pressure
  • Heart-related disease 
  • Erection more than four hours

 Form– Oral Tablet

Strength– 2.5mg, 5mg, 10mg, 20mg

For ED: 10 mg before sex consumed once a day. Depending on the result, physicians can increase or vice versa, but it should not exceed 20 mg.

For daily use: 2.5mg per day should not exceed 5mg

Overdose can worsen the side effects or cause heart stroke, call medical services for immediate help. People residing in the USA can call 911.

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  • Diabetes medicines
  •  Antifungal medicines
  •  Antibiotics
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Cialis is a prescribed medicine for sexual dysfunctions. It is a PDE5 inhibitor which works by increasing the blood flow to your penis and helps to form a firm erection. This medicine can be taken daily and needed and should not be used more than once in 24 hours. 

It has various side effects and can make you dizzy, so avoid consuming alcohol and smoking marijuana. Make sure your doctor is informed about your medical history for the past 6 months before taking Cialis. Although Cialis is an effective medicine for sexual dysfunctions, it is not approved.

 

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