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What is Cialis?

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What is Cialis?

What is Cialis

What is Cialis? Cialis is prescribed to treat erectile dysfunction in men and also to treat symptoms of benign prostatic hypertrophy or enlargement of prostate. The active component of Cialis is Tadalafil. It works similar to other erectile dysfunction medicines, mainly by relaxing blood vessels and channelizing more blood to the penis.  This will provide a better quality to the penile erections and improve the duration of the erection.

FDA approved Cialis for treating erectile dysfunction in 2003 and for treating pulmonary arterial hypertension in 2009. Apart from Cialis, Tadalafil is also available in another brand name – Adcirca. So please do not take both Cialis and Adcirca simultaneously without your doctor’s advice.

What is Cialis and how is Cialis different from Viagra?

Even though the active ingredient is different for both these medicines the mechanism of action to achieve hard erection is the same. Both these medicines are similar in their effects and side effects. The main difference between Cialis and Viagra is that Cialis has a longer duration of effects when compared to Viagra. Effects of Cialis can last till 36 hours of taking the medicine and hence Cialis is fondly called as “the weekend pill”.

What side effects can Cialis cause?

Cialis affects the user’s body in several ways such as changing body temperature, blood flow, causing dehydration etc. This can result in several mild side effects like muscle pain, headache, back pain, nausea, diarrhea, stuffed nose, dizziness and flushing.  These side effects are very common and reported by many users. Most of these discomforts will go away in 2 or 3 days. In case you have any issue that persists please discontinue Cialis and contact your doctor.

Cialis might also cause some rare reactions in the body which could become very serious. Side effects such as changes in eye sight or hearing, ringing sensation in the ear, heart rate fluctuations, sudden sweating and a painful and prolonged erection could indicate that you are having a serious negative reaction to Cialis. If you feel such discomforts, discontinue the medicine and rush to a medical emergency immediately.

 

Who should not take Cialis?

Cialis is not meant for use in people who are already taking nitrates, poppers like butyl nitrate, and guanylate cyclase stimulators like riociguat. People who are allergic to Tadalafil also should not take Cialis to avoid any serious allergic reaction to the medicine. Apart from this patients with preexisting health issues such as liver, kidney or heart disease should not take Cialis unless under strict medical supervision. And most importantly, Cialis is not meant for use in women and children.

 

How much Cialis should I take for best results?

Cialis is available in standard doses of 5mg, 10mg and 20mg. For daily use Cialis comes in doses of 2.5 mg and 5 mg.

For treating erectile dysfunction, the recommended dose of Cialis is 10mg which can be adjusted to   5 mg or 20mg after monitoring the tolerability and efficiency. If you are taking Cialis daily, the recommended dose is 2.5 mg once daily which can be increased to 5 mg a day.

For treating BPH you should take a dose of 5mg Cialis at the same time every day. For pulmonary arterial hypertension the prescribed dose of Cialis is 20mg, 40mg and 60mg based on the severity of symptoms.

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