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For thousands of men and women who don't want to give up their sex lives because of impotence or erectile dysfunction issues, Cialis (generic name tadalafil) has been a godsend. Unlike the other popular impotence drug Viagra, Cialis can be taken well in advance of any planned romantic interludes. At its Medline website, the NIH explains that its effect is systemic; instead of suddenly having to spring into action, a person taking Cialis can allow things to develop naturally. And there is no sudden urgency to have sex when you are taking Cialis, which makes the romance and all-important emotional end of sex possible. 

Cialis works very similarly to Viagra. When a man has an erectile dysfunction issue, it is due to a problem with the blood flow to the penis. Normally when sexually excited, a man's penis will fill with blood, swelling into an erection. Without that erection, it's generally impossible to engage in sexual activity. For a variety of reasons, a man may have problems achieving erection. Cialis clears away some (not all) of these problems, allowing a man's sexual organs to function in a normal manner for a period of time. 

This does not mean that Cialis makes all your problems go away. You should never take Cialis and other erectile dysfuction medications at the same time. It may be safe, but has not been studied a lot and may lead to priapism, a state in which the penis is painfully engorged with blood; this problem must be treated at a hospital. Nitrates, like nitroglycerin tablets, should not be taken at the same time as Cialis; you should also not use alpha blockers, medications for high blood pressure. And alcohol can increase side effects. Drugs.com suggests patients with coronary artery disease, diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, or who smoke should avoid Cialis because it may lead to NAION, an eye problem that can cause blindness in one eye because of blood flow being blocked to the optic nerve. RXList also suggests avoiding grapefruit and grapefruit juice, as it can increase the level of Cialis in your bloodstream, which can be dangerous.

Unfortunately, this set of contraindications eliminates many people who could really use Cialis in order to have a normal sex life. If you do have these problems, discuss ordering Cialis with your doctor anyway. He may have alternative medications you can take, or he may have other answers for your problems. Lower doses of some high blood pressure medications, for instance, have been shown to be safer.  

You should never take a higher dosage than your doctor recommends. Most people will be given a cialis dose of no more than ten milligrams once per day, which is good for up to thirty-six hours. 

If you have unusual side effects, like pain, blurred vision, chest pain, cold sweats, confusion, dizziness, headache, nausea and vomiting, tiredness, shortness of breath, pounding in the ears, or painful and prolonged erections, you should speak with your doctor right away. Cialis can raise your blood pressure, and that can be very dangerous. 

Cialis is often available as tadalafil, the generic Cialis version. There is no significant difference between a Cialis quality generic and the prescription name brand. Medications in drugs like this are generally made of inexpensive ingredients and, because in order to get a patent the drug must be thoroughly described, its formulation is publicly available. This means that good generic drug companies can make very close copies of even the most closely-guarded drugs.

Here are links to SwopNet Medical Guides to some common medical ailments. These guides provide practical, helpful, un-biased information for patients.

About the medical recommendations on these pages: Some of the medications listed are prescription drugs (requiring a doctor's prescription). Other low cost drugs listed are over the counter drugs (available as drugs without prescriptions) and do not require you to visit a doctor. In any case, you should consult your local physician before ordering or taking any medications. And in all cases, the advice of a licensed medical practitioner familiar with your particular condition should be sought. 




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