When do you really need to use Cialis?

Cialis is a drug whose active ingredient, Tadalafil, acts as a vasodilator to help those with erectile dysfunction and enlarged prostates. It increases blood flow to the penis and increases the flow of urine. This drugs can also work as a smooth muscle relaxer which helps the the bladder and the prostate to relax. Cialis comes in the form of a yellow, almond-shaped tablet with a C5 scripted on it. In Australia, the brand medication requires a prescription from a doctor since it is a Schedule 4 drug, and can only be bought from a pharmacist. However, generic Cialis that is produced as Tazalis or Tadalista by Axon Pharma and Dadha Pharma can be bought from online pharmacies at low costs. The cost of each pill is around seventy to eighty cents. Dosages of generic Cialis can come in 10mg, 20mg, 60mg, or 100mg.
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Doctors can determine whether this medication is right for a person based on their medical history. They also can determine the dosage based off the medical condition a person is taking it for and how well they are responding to Cialis. There are two ways doctors may decide for their patient to take the medication. One way involves taking Cialis as needed about thirty minutes before having sex and this medication can last up to thirty-six hours. Another way to take Cialis is to take the medication once every day and to have sex around the time the medication is taken. Those with enlarged prostates have to take Cialis every day to remain healthy. It is better to take Cialis the same time every day to ensure that the medication is working properly and that a person does not accidentally overdose. It is also important not to take Cialis with any alcohol since both can cause dizziness.

Taking Cialis, comes with a risk of side effects which include headache, nausea, pain in the back and muscles, stuffy nose, a flushed face, and dizziness. Most of these side effects will go away on their own in a few hours. In very rare cases, decreased vision or blindness and hearing loss may result from taking this medication. Moreover, a man may rarely experience an erection lasting longer than four hours, and severe allergic reactions may happen. If someone overdoses on this medication, then they may experience side effects that are exacerbated enough that they may pass out or have trouble breathing. In these cases, they must go to the hospital.

Some people should not be taking Cialis due to certain medical conditions they have or medications that they are already taking. Those who have heart issues should not be taking Cialis since having sex can lead to greater side effects. People with diabetes, high cholesterol, eye problems, kidney disease, liver disease, bleeding disorders, HIV, and stomach ulcers should not take Cialis, especially, since some of these conditions can lead to an increased risk of developing blindness. Anyone over 50 years old or who smokes should also not take this medication. Certain medication such as some HIV drugs, antifungals, nitrates, and macrolides may have negative interactions with Cialis. Generally women do not take Cialis but doctors carefully monitor them if they do for any serious side effects. Overall, it is best to give a full medical history to a doctor and have them determine whether it is safe to take Cialis.

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