Cialis Generic

Description

Cialis is an effective drug for the treatment of erectile dysfunction. Getting in the body, the active substance relaxes the vessels of cavernous body, of which penis consists. Under the influence of drug the blood fills the cavernous body, like water- sponge. The erection happens in the same way.
It should be noted that Cialis is unique in its nature, as it affects only the vessels of penis, without a negative impact on the body’s internal organs, sperm or retina. It is worth noted that the drugs acts very fast, as its activity starts 15 minutes after the intake and lasts almost 40 hours.

Indications for use

Doctors prescribe Cialis for the treatment of men’s erectile dysfunction, with the inability to achieve or retain erection, sufficient for carrying out a sexual act. The drug helps to cope with the sexual problems of both psychological and vascular origin.

Dosage

Patients with rare sexual activity (less frequently than 2 times a week), must take 1 pill of Cialis (20 mg) immediately before sexual act, but not later than 20 minutes before its beginning. The patients with frequent sexual activity (at least 3 times a week), the specialists recommend to use this drug 1/4 of a pill (5 mg) every day. The maximal dose is 20 mg a day, and it should not be exceeded in order to avoid the side effects.

Contraindications

There is a number of restrictions to the use of Cialis. The instruction points out the following contraindications:

  • chronic renal failure;
  • chronic liver failure;
  • deficit or lactose intolerance;
  • simultaneous use of drugs, containing natural nitrates;
  • simultaneous use of Doxazosin and the drugs for erectile dysfunction;
  • the age under 18;
  • intolerance to the active substance of Cialis;
  • existing contraindications to the sexual activity in the patient with myocardial infarction and angina.

Side effects

The most feedbacks about the use of Cialis demonstrate its good tolerance. However, getting into the body, Tadalafil can cause the following conditions:

  • dizzy spells;
  • increased sweating;
  • eyelid swelling, blood rushing to the face;
  • back and muscle pain;
  • non-infectious conjunctivitis;
  • some allergic reactions (angioedema, erythema multiforme and urticaria).