Yes, it is rightfully stated that now you can handle and deal with your impotence or erectile dysfunction without any fear. This has become possible with the amazing advent of the ED pill. Cialis is one of the effective erectile dysfunction pills that help to treat the impotence on men. The drug belongs to the group of medicines called the Phosphodiesterase 5 inhibitors (PDE-5). All the medicine from this group treats the issue of erectile dysfunction.
The ED pill comes under the brand name of Tadalafil. The pill helps to make the free flow of the blood in the penile nerve thus helps to maintain an erection. Not only this but; the ED pill also uses to treat benign prostatic hyperplasia and pulmonary arterial. These are the physical condition in which the prostate gland becomes enlarge causing problems with urination. Cialis got its approval by FDA, in the year 2003 for the treating erectile dysfunction.
Cialis is also popular by the term “Weekend Pill”. Now, this term goes with ED pill in the sense of its half-life. Yes, the effect of this medicine lasts for almost around 36 hours which once you take the pill you are good to go for a day and a half. But to make the ED pill work effectively, a person must take the medication once he is sexually active or excited.
It is advisable to take a proper doctor’s advice if you are thinking of infusing the pill in your life for dealing your impotence. Here is just an idea about dosing the ED pill that can really help you while consuming the medicine.
• The available doses of Cialis are- 2.5 mg, 5mg, 10mg, and 20 mg
• You can start a dose of 10 mg which is recommended
• The pill lasts and is effective for 36 hours, for which it is also termed as ‘weekend pill’
• You can take the medicine with and without food just with a glass of water
• If you have sex more than a twice weekly, in that case, you can go for the dose of 5 mg.
• For a daily dose of Cialis, you can go for 2.5 mg
• Avoid grapefruit product with the ED pill
What should you tell your doctor?
You must tell your doctor regarding the health issues listed below –
• Heart problems such as chest pain (angina), heart failure, irregular heartbeats, or heart attack
• Pulmonary hypertension
• Low blood pressure or high blood pressure that is not controlled
• Stomach ulcers or a bleeding problem
• A deformed penis shape
• Liver or kidney problems or require dialysis
• Retinitis pigmentosa, a rare genetic (runs in families) eye disease
• Severe vision loss, including a condition called NAION
• An erection that lasted more than 4 hours
• Blood cell problems or leukaemia