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Generic Cialis

Tadalafil, know as Generic Cialis, is put into use for when any erectile dysfunction needs to be treated in men. It helps in increasing the blood flow to the required body parts which in turn helps in the erection. Not only this, but Generic Cialis has proved to be very good in relaxing the muscles which ultimately encourages the erection.

Though, Generic Cialis can’t be taken by almost everyone. Before prescribing this drug, the medical history of the patient should be completely assessed to see if it will suit him. There are many diseases under which a patient can not use this drug. If a patient is suffering from retinis pigmentosa, physical deformity of the penis, stomach ulcer, bleeding disorders, blood cell disorders, kidney disease, liver disease, high blood pressure, low blood pressure, angina, congestive heart failure, heart rhythm problems, stroke, heart disease, had heart attack in previous 90 days or simply any health problem that may not be good sexual intercourse, then the patient can never use Cialis. Even if the patient uses Generic Cialis, he will have to under strict observation and a constant checkup, which will depend on the condition of the patient.

Generic Cialis has been rated under the Category B as a pregnancy risk by The American Food and Drug Administration. However Cialis does not affect the unborn because there are no signs of it passing through the breast milk of the mother to the unborn, but no physician would have any good reason to recommend it either.

There are some severe risks involved with the intake of Cialis. If you experience any allergic reaction or side effects then you should seek the emergency medical attention. An allergic reaction would normally be something like hives, difficult breathing, swelling of the throat, tongue, mouth or lips, facial swelling and symptoms like that. Another serious side effect of the Cialis is the tingling or numbness while sexual activity, pain, nausea, dizziness, vision loss, chest pain or swelling in hands and feet, heaviness in arms, shortness of breath, irregular heart beat, lightheadedness, vision changes, erection lasting more than 4 hours, fainting etc.

Some of the lesser side effects do not normally require any sort of emergency medical treatment, but they do require some medication or observation by a physician. Even the slightest of side effects should be reported to the physician. Upset stomach, neck or chest pain, warmth or redness on the face, back pain, headache are few of the small side effects that are caused by the Cialis. You can always reduce the level of Cialis you intake in order to lessen the side effects’ seriousness.  

You should always take Generic Cialis as prescribed by your physician. There is no schedule for taking Generic Cialis, it is taken when required. Always keep in mind, never take more dose of Cialis in order to improve your performance or to do better, as it will result into overdose and this can provide severe side effects to you. If by any chance you suspect an overdose, try and consult of physician. An overdose can result in to all what have been discussed above.

There is some risk involved with Cialis. Before prescribing Generic Cialis to anybody, a complete medical history should be assessed. The patients need to enquire about the medication and prescription from the physician. Patients should inform their physician if they are already taking some medicines or are planning to take in near future. This would confirm if there are any side effects involved with the Generic Cialis. Carbamazapine itraconazole, doxazosin, erythromycin, cimetidine, cimetidine and rifampin have known interaction with the Tadalafil. People with heart problems should not take Cialis as they are highly prone to the side effects of Generic Cialis, if taken.

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