CIALIS 20MG

CIALIS 20MG

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Cialis is taken for the treatment of erectile dysfunction or male impotence. When paired with sexual stimulation, Cialis will increase the blood flow to the penis in order to help a man obtain (and sustain) an erection, and the drug can last for 36 hours.

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What does it do?

Cialis contains tadalafil which is known medically as a PDE5 inhibitor. Tadalafil inhibits the PDE5 enzyme which is involved in regulating blood flow in the penis during erections. Sexual stimulation is required before the medication will work – without stimulation it will have no effect. Cialis augments and supports sexual performance and relationships.

Tadalafil can also be used to treat benign prostatic hyperplasia (enlarged prostate) symptoms.

Side effects of Cialis

Most men do not experience significant side effects. A full list of the most frequent side effects can be found in the manufacturer’s patient information leaflet supplied with tablets (links below).

Some men experience a bluish or yellowish tinge to their vision after taking Cialis. This is not dangerous and fades after a few hours time. This is a possible side effect of all ED drugs (PDE5 inhibitors).

Other common side effects (affecting 1%-10%) include headache, back pain, muscle aches, pain in the arms or legs, nasal congestion, facial flushing, and indigestion.

On very rare occasions ED treatment produces prolonged and painful erections, in a condition known as priapism. Priapism is a medical emergency with the potential on rare occasions for irreversible injury to the penis. If an erection lasts for more than 2 hours, medical attention should be sought immediately.

When not to take Cialis

During an assessment on the Dr Fox website, men are required to complete an erectile dysfunction questionnaire. This determines if treatment is suitable. Men should not take Cialis without further assessment from their GP if any of the following apply:

  • They are taking other erectile dysfunction drugs such as Viagra/sildenafil, Levitra/vardenafil, or Spedra/avanafil
  • They are currently taking nitrates for angina, including isosorbide mononitrate, isosorbide dinitrate, nicorandil, and glyceryl trinitrate – serious reactions possible
  • They are taking medications to treat HIV, including Indinavir and Ritonavir
  • They are using anti-fungal treatments like Itraconazole or Ketoconazole
  • They are using recreational drugs such as amyl nitrate (poppers)
  • They are taking alpha-blockers often used in the treatment of prostate enlargement and high blood pressure such as Doxazosin, Prazosin, Alfuzosin, Terazosin, Indoramin and Tamsulosin
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