Cialis is an oral medication containing PDE5 inhibitor – Tadalafil used for treating impotence or erectile dysfunction in men.
Cialis’ effect starts working in about 30 minutes and lasts for about 36 hours, in some cases up to 48 hours.
Cialis is to be consumed with or without food. The medication may be used in two ways: just when needed before the intended sexual activity or every day but at a lower dose.
Cialis is produced as pills for oral administration almond in shape and yellowish in color. Each pill contains 2.5, 5, 10, or 20 mg of Tadalafil and inactive ingredients.
For most people suffering from problems with erections the approved starting dose of Cialis is 10 mg, taken 30minutes – one hour before sexual activity. The Cialis dosage your medical professional prescribes you will depend on many factors such as other medical conditions you may have, other medications, age over 65 years of old or hypersensitivity to the drug.
The dose of Cialis will vary from patient to patient, depending on individual factors including the severity of your impotence.
The recommended starting dose for treating impotence is Cialis 10 mg used when necessary. Still you may take Cialis 10 mg anywhere from 1 hour to 36 hours before sexual activity.
Counting how well Cialis works for you and if you have any adverse reactions, your doctor may increase or decrease your dosage. The maximum dose of Cialis is 20 mg. Lower dosages (2.5 or 5 mg) usually are recommended for patients with kidney or liver impairments.
Talk to your doctor, if you have questions about the way of taking Cialis and Cialis dosage.