Disclaimer: This is not medical advice. You and your physician will determine if (and potentially how) you should take Cialis.
Cialis (tadalafil) is a drug used to treat erectile dysfunction and an enlarged prostate. It is part of the same “family” of drugs as Viagra (sildenafil), but there are important differences. Both drugs are called PDE-5 inhibitors.
Cialis (tadalafil) can also be used to treat premature ejaculation (P.E.), especially in people who have both E.D. and P.E.
If appropriate, you can also get a prescription online and have Cialis (tadalafil) shipped to your door through an online visit.
How it works?
Cialis (tadalafil) is nicknamed “The Weekender Pill” because it lasts up to 36 hours. Some people prefer Cialis (tadalafil) because it lasts longer than Viagra (sildenafil) which typically last up to 8 hours.
The most common side effects include: headache, dyspepsia (i.e., pain or an uncomfortable feeling in the upper middle part of your stomach), back pain, myalgia (i.e., muscle pain), nasal congestion, flushing, and pain in limb.
Can I use Cialis with alcohol?
Physicians should inform patients that substantial consumption of alcohol (e.g., 5 units or greater) in combination with CIALIS can increase the potential for side effects.
Can I take Cialis more than once per day?
No. Do not exceed one dose in a 24 hour period.
Is Cialis affected by food?
You can eat normally. Except, it is worth noting grapefruit juice can possibly affect the absorption of Cialis (Tadalafil).