Information About Cialis (tadalafil)

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What many people want to know when they find out about Cialis initially, is what effect it has (and side effects), why it is classed as a perscription drug and of course why Cialis should help with male impotence with them. About Cialis hopes to offer you a basic understanding of the way in which Cialis works, why Erectile Dysfunction is something that can be treated and how there are a number of different routes open to sufferers.

Cialis has been developed by Eli Lilly to help combat male impotence. Erectile Dysfunction (or ED) is a common condition that affects more than 30 million men in the United States alone.

Manufactured by Lilly-ICOS, Cialis UK (pharmacological name Tadalafil) acts in a similar way to Viagra in assisting men with ED to reach and maintain an erection while sexually stimulated.

ED happens because blood flow to the penis is diminished or reduced due to either medical conditions or some medications. CIALIS treats ED by enabling increased blood to flow into the penis when you are sexually stimulated resulting in an erection.

Just how does Cialis work?
By inhibiting PDE-5, Cialis ensures that the smooth muscle in the penis remains relaxed for longer, allowing more blood flow into the cavernous tissue, creating an erection.

As with other drugs, Cialis requires you to still have sexual stimulation for an erection to occur. Once you ejaculate, your erection will fade naturally, but the Cialis remains in your body for a period of 24 hours after its intake – therefore will give an erection on being sexually stimulated anytime during this period.

The results of recent clinical trials showed that 88% of men experienced improvement with their erections and were able to achieve erections from 12-24 hours after taking. Available in both 10mg and 20mg tablets, it comes with a recommended dose of no more than one pill (10/20mgs) per day.

Clinical trials show that Cialis works faster than Viagra and stays active in the system for longer – up to 24 hours. It’s not for women and should be taken by men, by prescription only.

A lot of enquiries to us relate to whether Cialis has proven to be effective? Medical trials and treatments have shown that this drug improves erectile function in most men with ED (including those with mild, moderate or severe ED), but as well as this it has improved men’s confidence in ability to achieve and maintain an erection as well as providing satisfaction with sexual intercourse when using the drug. We always recommend that you discuss all of this with your GP however, as there maybe be particular medical reeasons why this drug may not be suitable for you to administer.

Are there side effects?
A small number of those involved in the clinical trials of these male impotence pills reported mild side effects with the treatment, mostly including headaches, facial flushing and upset stomachs. The severity of these side effects were minimised with lower doses. Other minor side effects include stuffy noses, urinary tract infection and diarrohea. Temporary changes in colour vision and increased sensitivity to light have been noted. If you have male impotence and are taking Cialis and any of these effects persist or worsen, notify your doctor immediately.

Men who have medical conditions such as sickle cell anaemia, leukaemia or myeloma or serious liver or kidney problems should contact their doctor before taking Cialis.

Alcohol intake should be limited when using Cialis, as it may aggravate the side effects of the drug.

Common questions from our customers :

What is the difference between Cialis and Viagra?
Cialis comes in smaller doses and produces fewer side effects. It also works much faster than Viagra. In clinical trials, the majority of men who took the drug were able to engage in sexual intercourse within 30 minutes or less. These studies also indicated that Cialis stays effective in the system for up to 24 hours. This compares to a 4-hour norm for Viagra. However, Pfizer’s Viagra has been in use since 1998 and is still the most popular treatment for male impotence.

Does Cialis have any adverse side effects?
Test results have shown that Cialis has no adverse side effects on vision or the heart. It is believed that Cialis is more selective than Viagra at targeting PDE-5 receptor sites. Besides controlling blood flow to the penis, PDE-5 enzymes play an essential role in the action of cells in the brain, heart, kidney and eyes.

How well does Cialis work?
In clinical trials, results showed that out of 700 participants at least 88% of men experienced improvement with their erections and were able to achieve erections from 12-24 hours after taking Cialis.

What is the normal Cialis (Tadalafil) dose?
The recommended starting dose is one 10mg tablet before sexual activity. If the effect of this dose is too weak your doctor may increase the dose to 20mg.

Can I use Cialis with other drugs such as Viagra?
No, you should not use Cialis together with any other treatments for erectile dysfunction.

How often can I take Cialis?
The recommended dose is no more than one pill (10/20mgs) per day. Daily use of Cialis is strongly discouraged.

Who should not take Cialis?
Cialis is a treatment for male impotence only and should not be taken by women. You should not take Cialis if you have serious heart disease or have had a recent heart attack or stroke or if you have low blood pressure or uncontrolled high blood pressure. There are several medications known to interact adversely with Cialis. Please tell your doctor about all medications you are taking including any which do not require a prescription.

Can I drive a car or operate machinery?
Dizziness has been reported in a percentage of men using Cialis during clinical studies. You should be aware of how you react to Cialis before you drive or operate machinery.

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