Cialis Is The Best Medicine For The Treatment Of ED
A popular medication in treating erectile dysfunction or impotency as most people address this condition is Cialis. The drug also known as the “week-end pill” due to its long lasting effect acts as a vasodilator increasing the blood flow and allowing it to reach certain areas of the body such as the penis. When taking Cialis one must know that it can interact with other medicine or treatments leading to sever complications. In order to avoid that before starting the administration a physician should be consulted. As a common rule people suffering from heart diseases or chest pain that undergo a treatment based on medications containing nitrate must avoid taking Cialis at all cost as it can lead to a serious drop in their blood pressure. Furthermore, physicians should present patients with the proper action whenever they experience acute chest pain requiring nitroglycerin after taking Cialis. In such cases, men who have used Cialis, and find themselves in a life threatening situation needing an nitrate administration must allow themselves at least 48 hours before considering the nitrate treatment. Moreover the nitrate administration under close medical supervision is highly advised. Therefore, patients accusing anginal chest pain after taking Cialis must seek immediate medical attention.
Those who can take Cialis ought to know that the recommended dosage is maximum 20 milligram per day. Whenever painful erection or priapism (prolonged erection) is experienced, a medical consult is urgently required as an irreversible damage to the erectile tissue could otherwise occur. Whenever overdose occurs, standard prescribed measures should be taken into account though it should be known that hemodialysis doesn't eliminate tadalafil completely These are more likely to be explained by a specialist as when they occur they not involve medical supervision at all time but imply the presence of the patient in a medical facility where proper assistance can be given.
The drug's common side effects include loss of equilibrium, nausea, pain, numbness, hives, allergic reactions, difficulty breathing, and neck or chest pain during sexual activity. Loss of vision is a rare side effect of Cialis caused by the decrease of blood flow to the optic nerve. Most patients who have experienced this problem were above 50 years of age and commonly diagnosed with diabetes, high cholesterol, heart disorders, high blood pressure, existing eye problems or lung problems caused by intense smoking. Moreover, in clinical trials meant to test the drug’s efficiency and side effects on men, Tadalafil was administered to over 6550 patients worldwide and reports showing changes in color vision were quite rare (0.1% of patients).
Patients should know that both alcohol and Cialis, act as mild vasodilators and when they are taken in combination, each individual compound might cause a decrease in the blood-pressure. Therefore, physicians should let patients know that considerable alcohol consumption in combination with Cialis can lead to upright signs and symptoms, such as increase in heart rate, alteration in the standing blood pressure, and even migraine. Studies have shown that these effects occur if more that 5 glasses are being consumed.