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Controlled Erection with Cialis

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Cialis is an erectile dysfunction treatment that promotes a significant influence on the blood circulation around the body stimulating a better erection. Tadalafil, an active component of the remedy, works relaxing blood vessel muscles and enhancing blood flow to the penile area. Consequently, a patient can obtain over 30 hours of hard, pleasurable and controlled erection.
 

Generally, Cialis is prescribed as an impotence medication, but it can also be effective for the treatment of benign prostatic hypertrophy. Contact your doctor if you buy Cialis online and want to use it off label. Follow the safety instructions and recommendations to get the necessary effects and avoid possible complications.

 

Recommendations for Flawless Intake

Cialis should be used not more than once a day. Severe overdose reactions may appear if you take more than 1 tablet every 24 hours. Do not use the medication in higher or lower doses than specified by a medical specialist. This erectile dysfunction drug can be used with and without food. Never split or break a tablet, but swallow it whole, instead.
 

Take one Cialis tablet around 45-60 minutes before the desired sexual intercourse to experience the desired erection. Keep in mind that natural sexual stimulation is required for the activation of Cialis effects.

Safety Restrictions for the Use of Cialis

Do not start using Cialis if you are not confident about the safety of its effects. Patients, who are allergic to Tadalafil, other components of the remedy or similar ED treatments should avoid impotence therapy with Cialis. Certain prescription and generic drugs, as well as other pharmaceutical products, can activate dangerous health problems if combined with Cialis. Inform your medical specialist if you use other drugs, especially:

  • Riociguat;
  • Nitrate drugs;
  • Antibiotics;
  • Antiviral remedies;
  • Seizure medications;
  • Blood pressure treatments and others.

Individual Cialis dosage may be required for males, who also have underlying health abnormalities or ailments that may interfere with Cialis:

  • Pulmonary hypertension;
  • Heart disorders;
  • Stroke or heart-related impairments;
  • Abnormal blood pressure;
  • Vision disorders;
  • Bleeding problems;
  • Kidney or liver issues;
  • Priapism and others.

Cialis is a male impotence drug, so it is not approved for women and children under 18 years old. Sudden vision disorders can occur in geriatric patients, who take Tadalafil in high doses.

Side Effects

Common Cialis side effects include headache, nausea, stomach disorders, muscle pain, stuffy nose, back pain, and others. Such symptoms are likely to disappear in a few hours. Contact your doctor if the signs of adverse reactions do not disappear, but aggravate, instead. Seek emergency medical assistance if more serious, life-threatening abnormalities have appeared, especially the following:
  • Symptoms of allergic reactions;
  • Signs of a heart attack;
  • Vision disorders;
  • Priapism;
  • Lightheadedness;
  • Hearing problems and others.