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Are Tadalafil and Cialis Dangerous or Safe?

Something to learn about Cialis/Tadalafil:

  • What’s Tadalafil? Tadalafil is the active ingredient of Cialis and has a long history of safety and efficiency.
  • It is actually phosphodiesterase type -5-inhibitor medicine and is used to treat patients who have erectile dysfunction.
  • This medicine can also be used to relieve enlarged prostate gland symptoms. It prevents the action of the chemical called phosphodiesterase type 5.
  • By enhancing effects of chemicals in the body which is normally released in the penis during sexual activity. Therefore, this increases the flow of blood in the penis, and thus the penis gets erected.
  • Cialis/Tadalafil do not impose sexual stimulation when you are sexually stimulated; they help with the erection.
  • In the year 2003, FDA approved Tadalafil for patients with ED; it also treats pulmonary arterial hypertension and BPH.
  • Cialis/Tadalafil is different from other ED medicines as it remains in the body longer than two days including its effect.
  • You can take Cialis/Tadalafil once a day or on an as-needed basis.

Side-Effects:

Small or big, every medicine has a side-effect. Tadalafil is too not an exception. It depends on the individual why type of side-effect he will experience.

Following side-effects are very common:

  • Indigestion
  • Backpain
  • A headache
  • Flushed skin
  • Stuffy nose or running nose
  • Muscle aches

The symptoms such as backpain and muscle aches actually show up after 12 to 24 hours after taking the pill, and they disappear slowly within 48 hours without any help. Some people also reported some blurred or abnormal visions.

How is Cialis/Tadalafil prescribed?

If you have a heart problem or problem with blood circulation, then there are chances that you are not going to be prescribed Cialis/Tadalafil. You should be honest with your doctor before she/he prescribe you Cialis/Tadalafil.

If a person is having left ventricular outlet obstruction, they may faint or feel lightheadedness after consuming Cialis/Tadalafil. Also, patients with angina, heart failure, heart attacks, strokes, severe liver disease, irregular heartbeat which is uncontrolled, uncontrolled blood pressure, and eye problem will not be recommended to take Cialis/Tadalafil.

You have to make sure that you do not take the type of nitrate medication, if you are taking nitrate and you consume Cialis/Tadalafil, you may have a sudden drop of pulmonary hypertension. Anyone having pulmonary hypertension is strictly recommended to avoid Cialis/Tadalafil.

Always visit a general practitioner before you start taking Cialis/Tadalafil. Be honest and answer all the questionnaire given and list all the medications you are taking at that moment.