Cialis is a pill taken to treat erectile dysfunction. It is easy and efficient to use. It is also known as Apcalis, Regalis, Tadalafilo, Tadalafilum, or Tadalis. Worldwide, approximately 200 million men are affected by erectile dysfunction, though accurate numbers for men in South Africa are currently unavailable. Erectile dysfunction can be causes by aging as well as cardiovascular diseases, hypertension, and diabetes. Cialis is FDA approved for once-daily use.
How it’s works?
Cialis works by inhibiting the enzyme phosphodiesterase-5 (PDE5), which causes the breakdown of smooth muscle-relaxing agents, so using an inhibitor widens blood vessels and allows for increased blood flow to the penis during sexual stimulation and arousal. It contains the active ingredient Tadalafil. Cialis should be taken orally at least 30 minutes before sexual intercourse and should be used as needed, so there is no fear of a missed dosage. It can work up to 36 hours after consumption. The recommended starting dose for this pill is 10 mg, though it can be increased to as much as 20 mg or as little as 5 mg, depending on individual needs and tolerance. It should be stored at room temperature.
Cialis should not be used if you are allergic to any ingredients in the pill, if you have kidney or liver problems, if you have cardiovascular diseases, if you have had a heart attack within 90 days, if you suffer from irregular heartbeat, if you have low blood pressure or uncontrolled high blood pressure, or if you have a degenerative eye problem like retinitis pigmentosa. Likewise, Cialis should be avoided if you are currently using another medication to treat erectile dysfunction, if you are using recreational drugs called “poppers” that contain amyl nitrate/nitrite or butyl nitrate/nitrite, if you use alpha-blockers, if you use barbiturates, or if you take a nitrate in any form. You should consult your primary care physician if you are taking dietary supplements, have any allergies, or have a history of eye problems.
Possible side effects
Common side effects of Cialis include: dizziness, drowsiness, fainting, blurred vision, lightheadedness, pain in the chest or neck, pain in the shoulder or jaw, vomiting, nausea, stomach pain, fast heartbeat, blisters, weakness, numbness in the extremities, and vision changes. In rare cases, there may be more severe side effects, which may include stroke, heart attacks, prolonged and painful erections, memory loss, temporary vision loss, and temporary hearing loss or ringing in the ears. If any of these symptoms do arise, you should contact your primary care physician right away. However, many people have few or no effects.
Cialis can be bought online in doses of 2.5 mg, 5 mg, 10 mg, 20 mg, and 40 mg. For 2.5 mg, the pill can cost anything from $1.40 per pill (30 pills for $42.03) to $.77 per pill (360 pills for $277.40). For the 5 mg pill, it can cost anything from $3.40 per pill (10 pills for $34.04) to $1.19 per pill (360 pills for $428.90). For the highest dosage Cialis, 40 mg, it can cost anywhere from $3.75 per pill (10 pills for $37.46) to $3.15 per pill (90 pills for $283.20). If you do purchase Cialis online, it can be packaged and sent within 24 hours, and it can be purchased with or without a prescription. However, be aware that many sites may contain malware (for instance, the site viagrastoresa.com), so when purchasing Cialis online, it is best to do so from a reputable, trusted online retailer.
Cialis can help men, especially older men, suffering from erectile dysfunction to defeat their impotence. It is reasonably priced and effective and can be ordered conveniently.
I am medical practitioner from Cape Town. My professional interest: new treatments of erectile dysfunction.