Most patients usually start at 10mg, taken prior to anticipated sexual activity, but can be increased to 20mg or decreased to 5mg, depending on efficiency and tolerability for each patient. It isn’t recommended to take more than one dose, even if you think it isn’t working. If you’re taking it daily, the starting dose is 2.5mg taken at the same time every day, regardless of sexual activity, and this dose can be increased to 5mg depending on how well it works for you.
Possible side effects of Cialis are dizziness, headache, heartburn, flushing, back/muscle pain, upset stomach, or stuffy/runny nose, although most people have no side effects or very minor side effects. If you are allergic to angry ingredients, have kidney problems, liver problems, heart problems, have had a heart attack in 90 days, are taking a nitrate, advised by your doctor to avoid sexual activity, use recreational drugs called poppers, you take other PDE5 inhibitors or other medicine with tadalafil, then you should avoid taking Cialis.
How to use?
Cialis Super Active should NOT be taken more than once a day, and should be taken prior to anticipated sexual activity. It comes in 20mg, or 40mg pills compared to regular Cialis with 2.5-20mg. It is a stronger dose, for those with worse problems or those who need to last longer, and should be avoided for daily use, only using when you are going to have sex. There’s a chance you may have a severe allergic reaction, which can cause hives, rashes, itching, difficult breathing, a tight chest, facial swelling, chest pain, fainting, a painful prolonged erection, swollen skin, ears ringing, or muscle pain. This isn’t a complete list of what may happen, and you should contact a doctor if you are unsure as to how your body is reacting to Cialis. You may purchase it online with no need for a doctor visit, anywhere from 10 to 360 pills in each order, in either 20 or 40mg pills for the super active. Cialis might not be for everyone, but should be strongly considered for those who fail to maintain erections to revive your life in bed, and is a cheaper alternative to other name brand drugs that achieve the same thing, but you should use at your own discretion.
General Practitioner. I worked in hospitals in Melbourne and Sydney.