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Life is beautiful and cool only when you can enjoy all sides of it, including the sexual intercourse. Male impotence doesn’t let 20 millions of Americans have a happy and interesting life. Even though erectile dysfunction often occurs in men over 60, young guys and men over 20 years old can also have this problem.
Modern drug therapy helps to improve erectile function, and this is a chance for millions of men worldwide to enjoy their lives again.
Cialis is one of the most popular medications used to treat Erectile Dysfunction. But before you decide to try it, you should learn more about this drug, its components, side effects, dosage, drugs interactions, and difference between Generic Cialis and Brand Cialis, etc.

History

Cialis just like Viagra and other ED drugs cannot cure erectile dysfunction. It doesn’t protect from sexually transmitted diseases, nor does it serve as birth control pills.
Cialis is a prescription drug that is created for strengthening men’s erection. This medicine is known across the world since 2003. It was permitted in the European Union as a treatment against importance under the name Tadalafil. Two American companies created this drug. They are Ely Lilly and ICOS. The commercial name for the new medicine was changed from Tadalafil into Cialis. Under this name it first appeared in many European drugstores.
Today Cialis is sold in New Zealand, Australia, the Great Britain, Sweden, Germany, the USA and many other countries across the world.

How Cialis Works

Reportedly Cialis can maintain men’s erection up to 36 hours. This ED drug operates in the same way as Viagra does.
Cialis itself doesn’t cause erection. Men still need sexual excitation to let the medicine work. However you don’t have to make love right after the pill. You can take one tablet of Cialis in the morning and have a sexual intercourse at night.
How does it work? This medicine blocks phosphodiesterase-5 helping unstriped muscle cells to relax and blood flow in penis to increase. As a result, men can have an erection and enjoy their sex life.

Dosage

A recommended Cialis dosage starts at 10 mg pill that should be taken an hour before your sexual activity. You can take this medicine orally with or without meals.
If you wish to take Cialis on a daily basis, your daily dosage should be 2.5 mg. At it’s important in this case to take pills at the same time every day.
Patients with liver and kidney problems can’t exceed a particular dosage of Cialis (5 mg in 3 days for people with kidney disease and 10 mg in 2 days for people with liver disease).
The effect should be noticed half an hour after you took your pill.
However some people require a higher or lower dosage, so it’s best for men to consult their doctor before taking pills.

Missed Dose

In case you miss a dose of your drug, but you want to make love that day, take your prescribed dosage as soon as you can. Don’t overdose.
Cialis is not for you if you:
– use medications that contain nitrates (they are mostly prescribed for chest pain);
– take “poppers” or recreational medicines;
– are allergic to Cialis or Tadalafil (including all the ingredients of these drugs).

Researches on Cialis

Unlike many ED drugs, Cialis doesn’t depend on alcohol. That’s why many men who like to have some wine for a romantic dinner take this medicine. Still, it’s important to understand that greater dozes of alcohol will surely affect your erection and “kill” the positive effects of Cialis.
Cialis supposedly improves erection at 80 % of men. Over 60 clinical researches have proved this.
It’s known that Tadalfil can help oncological patients to maintain erection as well as regular patients with ED.
There were cases in New Zealand in 2008 when the counterfeit Cialis caused death. According to New Zealand Ministry of Health, several ED medicines including Cialis were promoted in Singapore but they all were dangerous (they contained glibenclamide) and were believed to kill one person and lead to about 90 adverse reactions. Cialis was a counterfeit of the real product.

Possible Side Effects

Like many other medicines Cialis can cause the following side effects: headaches, muscle and back pain, stuffy nose, indigestion, nausea, chest pain, etc. These side effects are not severe. In most cases they disappear in a few hours.
Cialis can also lead to more serious side effects such as long-lasting erection (for over 4 hours), dizziness, and vision or hearing loss.
In case of any health issues that bother you after you took a pill of Cialis consult your healthcare provider and find out how to solve your problem. Stop sexual activity if something troubles you because the consequences might be horrible and unchangeable.

Drug Interactions

Cialis cannot be taken together with “nitrates” drugs, alpha blockers, and medicine for treating blood pressure, ED or HIV. It’s better not to mix Cialis with grapefruit juice and grapefruits.
Keep in mind, that you can’t combine Cialis and Adcirca, as it’s the same medicine that is marketed for improving arterial hypertension.
Even though Cialis does not reportedly interact with alcohol, you still should not drink too much of it. Otherwise it might increase your risks of getting a headache, abnormal heart rhythm or extremely low blood pressure.

Conclusion

Before you try Cialis, make sure you understand that this drug is not right for everyone.
Compared to Viagra and Levitra, Cialis has one main benefit. This ED medicine can last up to 36 hours (sometimes 48 hours) and it has a lower number of possible side effects.
You can take Cialis for daily use. But you should talk to your doctor and decide if this medication can really help you to improve your erectile function.

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