Erectile dysfunction

Cialis (Tadalafil)

Cialis is one of the safest and effective existing drugs for the treatment of erectile dysfunction (ED).

One tablet of Cialis taken within the 30 minutes to 60 minutes before sexual activity enhances blood circulation and blood flow to the penis, causing a hard and stable erection.

Modern life is associated with a large number of harmful factors that affect male sexual performance and desire: among others, bad habits, constant stress, and environmental issues lead to erectile dysfunction.

New drugs for the treatment of erectile dysfunction appear almost every year, and nearly every man can now find the right medicine for him.

How to take Cialis

Cialis is taken regardless of meal consumption at least one-half hour before the planned sexual intercourse. The effect occurs after 15 minutes to 16 minutes and lasts for up to 36 hours. Cialis is not intended for daily use. With frequent use (two times/week), it is recommended that low dosages be used, starting from 5 mg. Elderly age does not affect the dosage adjustment. In renal or hepatic insufficiency, it is desirable not to exceed the dosage of 10 mg.

Never take more than 20 mg of Cialis a day!

30 pills
$2 / 20 mg pill
$60
60 pills
$1.65 / 20 mg pill
$98
90 pills
$1.50 / 20 mg pill
$135

More than 20 mg of Cialis per day should never be taken. An overdose of Cialis (taking more than 20 mg at a time) can lead to sudden vision loss and severe pain during sexual activity, so the drug should be taken only with the advice and prescription of a doctor.

Cialis is not compatible with excessive alcohol drinking.

Each Cialis tablet contains the following substances:

  • Tadalafil, the main component of the drug, which causes the body to secrete large amounts of sodium oxide. It leads to relaxation of the smooth muscles of the penis and the onset of increased blood flow to the penis.
  • Inactive ingredients. These serve to enhance the main effect as well as to bind the substances of the phosphodiesterase type 5 (PDE-5) group.

Before buying Cialis, the patient should consult with a doctor in order to exclude the potential for an allergic reaction to the drug. In addition, it is necessary to read the instructions, as it will help the user to avoid overdose and harmful side effects. The drug rarely causes hypersensitivity reactions, but the side effects are dose-dependent. In particular, the use of the drug can cause such side effects as headaches, indigestion, nausea, and disorientation. However, such problems are temporary.