Cialis

  1. Cialis (tadalafil) is most often prescribed to treat impotence in males unable to get hard erections and have sex for as long as they need to get an orgasm. You will need to talk to your doctor before using this medicine and discuss your personal risks to see if they are outweighed by the benefits. Your doctor will need to know if you have or used to have blood cell disorder, angina, heart disease, high or low blood pressure, physical deformity of the penis, liver disease, bleeding disorder, kidney disease, stomach ulcer, heart rhythm problems, or any other conditions that may interfere with the effects of Cialis. Your doctor will also need to know if you are older than 50, smoke or have heart disease, high cholesterol, pre-existing eye problems, diabetes, or high blood pressure, as those may be the risk factors for developing serious side effects, such as sudden vision loss. However, in most cases mild side effects are experienced - for instance, stuffy nose, sore throat, warmth or redness in your face, muscle pain, upset stomach, headache, memory problems, or diarrhea. They do not need to be reported as they go away on their own.


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