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Cialis Consumer's Guide

What is Cialis?

In technical terms, it is a PDE5 inhibitor. This prevents the body from producing the chemical messenger PDE5 at the wrong time and so allows the formation and retention of an erection until you have finished sexual activity. There are two versions on the market. The original is taken as needed. The new version can be taken once daily.

What precautions should you take?

If you have ever had an allergic reaction when taking a medication, monitor your body the first time you take Cialis. If you have recently had a stroke or heart attack, or you take any drugs to treat heart disease, you must consult with your regular physician before taking Cialis. Many of the drugs used to regulate blood pressure, heart rate, and so on adversely react with Cialis. Secondly, do not drink large amounts of alcohol. This can cause a sudden drop in your blood pressure. Finally, when taking the as-needed version, you should wait 24 hours before taking the next.

What dose should you take?

This should be calculated by your regular physician or pharmacist. It is based on your age, body weight and medical history. As a general rule, you should not change the dose without your doctor's approval. If you have recently eaten a large meal, it will take longer for the drug to become active in your body. Eating the fruit or drinking the juice of a grapefruit will also affect your body's ability to absorb the drug.

What are the side effects?

There are very few effects and most men find they disappear quite quickly. The most common are a headache, symptoms similar to the common cold and backache. If you find any symptoms growing more serious over time, you should treat this as an emergency and go to hospital. This includes priapism, i.e. an erection that will not disappear and becomes painful. If you fail to get treatment, this can permanently damage your penis. Similarly, you should go to the ER if you feel faint and there's a pain in your chest that spreads to your shoulders and arms.

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