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Cialis (Tadalafil citrate):
Cialis is an anti-impotence medicine used for the treatment of erectile dysfunction in males. It was approved by the FDA in 1998 and since then has been successfully used in millions of males with this sexual disorder. Cialis is often preferred to other anti-impotence treatments because of its longer period of efficiency and fewer side effects.
Although Cialis comes in a range of doses (2.5 mg, 5 mg, 10 mg and 20 mg), the most commonly prescribed one is 10 mg of the active ingredient. This dose proves to be efficient for most patients using it, although there are cases when it may need to be decreased or increased.
The 2.5 dose is often used in patients willing to take Cialis regularly, once every 24 hours, no matter if they are going to have sex soon afterwards or not. This is a good choice for those unwilling to plan every single intercourse they have an hour ahead. Once the 2.5 mg dose is taken, the patient can attempt having sex at any point. If the 2.5 mg dose of Cialis is not enough, the patient may be recommended to use a slightly higher dose — 5 mg of the active ingredient tadalafil.
Taking Cialis is safe as long as the patient has been previously examined by a qualified health care professional. There are some things that may need to be taken into consideration, as well as drugs not supposed to be combined with the treatment. Cialis is expected to be efficient for the absolute majority of men using it as prescribed.
However, it’s important to remember that every person may react in a different way to the treatment. Some males can benefit more than others can, and any failure to get the effects expected needs to be discussed.