Cialis

Cialis is a brand name of the drug Tadalafil. Cialis is primarily used to treat the symptoms of erectile dysfunction (impotence) and for a condition called pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH). PAH is a condition in which there is high blood pressure in the vessels which carry oxygen to the lungs. This condition causes shortness of breath, dizziness and tiredness. In patients with ED, Cialis often increases the blood flow to the penis, allowing the patient to achieve an erection. In PAH, Cialis opens the vessels leading to the lung, allowing increased oxygen to the lungs and making it easier to exercise.

Cialis can be taken with a meal or on an empty stomach. Some patients are prescribed Cialis to use as needed and other patients are given a daily dose of Cialis to take regularly. Take your doses as prescribed by your doctor, never increasing or decreasing a dose without your doctor's instructions. If taken as needed, do not exceed one dose every 24 hours, or as prescribed by your doctor.

For patients taking Cialis on a regular basis, each dose should be taken at the same time every day, ensuring that the medication stays at an even level in your blood stream at all times. Never split or break a tablet, reduce or increase your dose without consulting your doctor. For patients with erectile dysfunction that are taking a regular, daily dose of Cialis, sexual intercourse can be attempted at any time, regardless of what time your dose was taken.

There is always a potential for side effects when taking any two drugs together. For this reason, it is important to tell your doctor about other medications you are taking, including prescription drugs, over the counter medications, vitamins and herbal supplements or treatments. Also be sure to tell your doctor about any allergies you have to drugs or anything else.

If you need to have surgery while taking Cialis, tell your doctor beforehand in case your dose needs to be adjusted or you need to temporarily stop taking the medication. This includes dental surgery such as root canals, pulled teeth or other dental procedures. When you are on Cialis, if you miss a dose take it when you think about it. If it is almost time for your next dose, skip the dose you missed and resume your schedule starting with the next scheduled tablet.

Cialis can be an important step for men who are experiencing erectile dysfunction. Using the Internet is an anonymous way to find this medicine and the help you need without having to bring it up with your regular physician. However, there are potential side effects with this and any drug, and it is important to be honest with the online physician prescribing your Cialis so that they can help you maintain a healthy balance between your sexual health and other medical conditions.

Choose a website that has online doctors to answer your questions, take a full medical history and get a list of the allergies you might have as well as other medications that you are taking. Frequent side effects when taking Cialis include headache, indigestion, heartburn, nausea, diarrhea, flushing, stomach pain, back pain, muscle pain, pain in the arms or legs and coughing.

All prescription drugs carry a risk of side effects. Usually these side effects are not serious and do not last. Sometimes, more serious side effects are also possible, and you should contact your health care provider immediately if you experience sudden loss of vision, blurry vision, changes in the color of your vision, loss of hearing, ringing in the ears, dizziness, chest pain, hives, an erection that lasts more than four hours, rash, peeling or blistering on the skin.

 
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