Cialis 20mg

Cialis is a drug for men suffering from erectile dysfunction (ED). The drug allows men to live a full sexual life without worrying about whether or not they will be able to perform. The active substance of Cialis is tadalafil. Compared with Viagra, it is a milder drug and has a long-lasting effect. Cialis 20mg is available in tablet form and are orange in color.

Cialis improves the erection and allows a man suffering from ED to have a full sexual intercourse.

Cialis is taken once a day, regardless of food intake and at least 30 minutes before planned sexual intercourse. The drug should be taken with a full glass of water. Cialis lasts for up to 36 hours.

The recommended daily dose of Cialis is one 20 mg pill. This dosage does not change for patients of different ages and can be used both in 18-year-olds and those after 65. Depending on the severity of erectile dysfunction, concomitant diseases, and the tolerability of the drug, the dose can be reduced.

The time of achieving the erection depends on the dosage of the drug. The higher the dosage, the shorter the time between taking the medication and the opportunity to perform sexual intercourse, as well as a stronger erection.

Patients take Cialis for episodic treatment, and not for the course. For men who have sex less than two times a week, this is the best choice.

The patient can take Cialis in the morning, afternoon or evening before the anticipated sexual intercourse. Taking medicine does not pose any threat if you follow the instructions for use.

Positive effects.

With the help of the active substance of tadalafil, a man suffering from ED is capable of full sexual intercourse. Cialis treats erectile dysfunction and helps the man to achieve a full erection. With a course of Cialis, patients recover their morning erection, improve their psychological state, and feel healthier.

Negative effects.

There may be psychological dependence on the drug. After treatment, some patients experience side effects of varying severity. With simultaneous administration with nitrates, PDE-5 inhibitors can significantly lower blood pressure, up to a lethal outcome.

Dosage

For men with impaired liver function at a mild to moderate degree, the maximum dose of Cialis should not exceed 10 mg.

Dosage recommended for patients with renal dysfunction is 5 mg or 10 mg at once, but no more than one time in two days. On the recommendation of a doctor for these diseases, the dose of tadalafil can be reduced to 2.5 mg.

If the patient is treated with strong inhibitors of cytochrome P 3A4, such as ketoconazole, erythromycin, itraconazole, ritonavir and others, the maximum dosage of tadalafil is 10 mg once every three