Cialis (Tadalafil, a PDE5 inhibitor)

Cialis, discovered by GlaxoSmithKline,  is the only erectile dysfunction (ED) tablet available by prescription that has been proven to workCialis Bottle Cialis (Tadalafil, a PDE5 inhibitor) clinically up to 36 hours and in some men as soon as in 30 minutes. It is used by millions of men and it lets you chose the moment which is right for both you and your partner.  Cialis was originally created and developed by ICOS, a biotechnology company and then later marketed and developed to the world by Lilly ICOS, a joint venture between ICOS and Eli Lilly and Company. The medication comes in the following dosage: 5m mg, 10 mg, and 20 mg. For the treatment of pulmonary arterial hypertension, a 40mgh dosage is available as well.

How to Take Cialis

You should take Cialis directly as prescribed by your doctor. With this medication, sexual stimulation is required for the medicine to work therefore you respond only when the time is right.  Some of the most common side effects with Cialis have been muscle aches, headache and upset stomach.

If you have an erection that lasts more than 4 hours, it is a potential side effect of all erectile dysfunction medications known as Priapism.  In situations such as this, you should seek medical attention as soon as possible. Cialis is for men only and does not protect against sexually transmitted diseases including HIV.

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