Cialis



Cialis (tadalafil) is a powerful PDE5 inhibitor used to treat erectile dysfunction. It works by inhibiting the activity of a specific enzyme - PDE5 - therefore allowing the blood to stay in your penis for longer. Cialis is not going to work unless the main taking it is sexually stimulated, as this drug is not likely to cause an erection by itself. Never share Cialis with other people who have not been examined by a qualified health care provider, as there may be a number of health conditions that will prevent you from safely taking this drug. Make sure you report the following ones to your doctor before asking him for a prescription: chest pain, hypotension, a history of stroke, heart disease, stomach ulcer, bleeding disorder, liver disease, blood cell disorder, hypertension, retinitis pigmentosa, congestive heart failure, kidney disease, heart rhythm problems, or a history a heart attack. Take Cialis as directed - usually on the when needed basis, with a full glass of water, although you may be prescribed a special form of Cialis that can be taken regularly. In that case you will have to take it once every 24 hours trying not to miss doses. The following mild side effects may be experienced when you start taking Cialis: muscle pain, upset stomach, stuffy nose, sore throat, memory problems, diarrhea, headache, and facial flushing, although they are most likely to be short-lived.




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