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Cialis is brand of tadalafil, a drug that is commonly used to treat erectile dysfunction as well as symptoms of prostatic hypertrophy. It works by relaxing the muscles surrounding the blood vessels and increasing blood flow to the affected areas of the body.

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Cialis is taken in the form of a pill, once per day at a maximum. As it is generally used as needed, a dosing schedule should not be necessary. However, in the case of a daily dosing schedule, if a dose is missed it should be taken as soon as possible, unless it is almost time for the next dose, in which case it should be skipped entirely. Extra dosage should never occur to make up for missed or skipped doses. It can be taken alongside meals, or on its own, but it should never be broken or split; it must be swallowed whole and all directions in the prescription label should be followed accurately. If used to treat erectile dysfunction, it should be taken right before engaging in sexual activities, but not going over the daily dosage. Note that an erection should not occur as a result of taking a pill, but only when sexual stimulation is experienced.
Cialis should not be taking in conjunction with some medicines and substances, most notably any that affect blood flow. People with pre-existing eye problems or liable to disorders of the blood vessel or pressure should exercise particular caution; risk factors include diabetes, high levels of cholesterol, coronary artery disease, prolonged smoking habits or being over 50 years of age, as well as taking drugs similar to tadalafil, such as Viagra. For instance, another brand of tadalafil, Adcirca, cannot absolutely be taken alongside Cialis, unless a doctor explicitly prescribes its joint use. Any nitrate drug prescribed for chest pain or heart problems cannot be taken alongside Cialis either, as it could result in a dangerous and sudden drop in blood pressure. Analogous substances, ranging from nitroglycerin to some recreational drugs like ‘party poppers’, can have the same effect. Lastly, everyday substances that can interfere with the use of Cialis are alcoholic substances (if taken alongside the drug) and grapefruit and its juice.
Cialis is not teratogenic and should not harm an unborn baby, but pregnancy and drug use should always be monitored by a doctor. It is currently unknown if Cialis can have an adverse effect on a nursing baby.
Common side-effects of Cialis that do not require immediate medical intervention include headaches, diarrhea, sinus pains, sore throat and muscle pain.
Use of Cialis should be discontinued if experiencing painful erections or erections that last longer than four hours, as this can damage the erectile tissue in the penis permanently. If the user experiences symptoms of a heart attack (numbness, dizziness, nausea, pain, or tingling in the chest area, neck or jaw) while performing sexual activities, as well as if experiencing sudden vision changes or loss of vision, they should contact the ER immediately. Extra caution should be exercised in monitoring apparently minor symptoms related to blood pressures changes and blood vessel dysfunctions, such as changes in hearing or ringing in one’s ears, swelling in the extremities, shortness of breath and irregular heartbeat, light-headedness and convulsions.

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