Cialis Cialis: Indications and Usage

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Depending on the reason for taking Cialis in your personal case, the daily dosage of Cialis can vary from 5 to 20 mg.

Cialis pills are intended for oral introduction one time in 24 hours (not more often than that). For men patients with erectile dysfunction who take Cialis to get and keep a better erection during their sexual activity it is recommended to take one daily dose of Cialis (as a rule in a dosage of 10 mg, but it is better to consult your doctor as for your individual optimal dose of Cialis pills) 30 minutes before sex.

Cialis is not recommended for the men patients with heart disorders who take isosorbide dinitrate, isosorbide mononitrate or other ‘nitrates’ or for the men patients with BPH who take alpha blockers, as the combination of Cialis with the drugs above listed can become the reason for the hypotension. On the same reason it is highly recommended not to take Cialis after having an amount of alcohol equal to 5 units (e.g. 5 shots of whisky) or after the intake of any antihypertensives. It is also not recommended to take Cialis in case you take antibiotics such as clarithromycin, telithromycin and erythromycin. Cialis cannot also be recommended for the intake to the patients with allergy to Tadalafil or any of the other ingredients of Cialis pills.

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Men patients with sickle cell anemia, multiple myeloma, or leukemia, stomach ulcers or a bleeding problem, liver or kidney problems, retinitis pigmentosa or severe vision loss (NAION inclusive), as well as heart problems or high or low blood pressure should inform their doctor and healthcare provider as for their health problems in order to avoid the undesirable body reactions or complications of the disease after the intake of Cialis pills.

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