Health conditions must be consider before using Cialis

Cialis

Cialis is a popular prescription drug, the brand name for tadalafil, a drug used to treat erectile dysfunction. It is very similar to Viagra and Levitra & under the brand name “Ad circa”, tadalafil is used for pulmonary arterial hypertension. It increases the blood flow to the penis and this enables a man to achieve an erection. It does not lead to sexual arousal. It should be used with caution and by dr. supervision. Firstly, it is important to remember that you should one take Cialis under dr. supervision by a registered doctor and this is because there are certain health conditions of man which is first to be sure that you are safe to use these drugs.

How Cialis works?

Cialis used as a medication for erectile for men under sexual activities. Penile erection occurs when the penis fills with blood. This happens just because the blood vessels that bring blood flow to the penis dilate, increasing the blood supply. At the same time, the blood vessels that remove blood from the penis contract. The blood accumulates in the penis, causing an erection. When a man is sexually stimulated, nitric oxide is released into the penis. Nitric oxide enables the production of CGMP, which controls the dilation and contraction of the blood vessels that carry blood to and from the penis.

How to use Cialis?

Cialis comes in yellow, film-coated and almond shape tablets in 5, 10 and 20 milligram doses. Patients with erectile dysfunction can take Cialis as needed. But it should not be taken more frequently than once every 24 hr. For the medication to work, a man needs to be sexually aroused. The drug does not provide an erection without sexual simulation.

At first dose, 10 milligram (mg) at least 30 minutes before having sex. Dosage can then be adjusted depending on how the individuals responds. And the maximum is 20 mg as a single dose.

So what type of health conditions must be consider before using Cialis?

There are particular health conditions that mean you should not take Cialis.
You should not use Cialis if you know that you have an allergy to tadalafil or any of the other listed ingredients.
If you have serious heart disease or have experienced a recent heart attack (within the last 90 days) you should not use this medication.

Men who have had a stroke in the past six months and those who have hypotension (low blood pressure) or uncontrolled hypertension (high blood pressure) are not suitable candidates for Cialis use. This is because Cialis use can put extra strain on the heart which can be dangerous, especially during sexual activity.
Another Cialis contraindication is the condition called non-arthritic anterior ischemic optic neuropathy (NAION) which can cause a loss of vision and is sometimes referred to as a stroke of the eye. Any past vision issues should be disclosed to your doctor.

Your doctor also needs to be made aware if you have, or have ever had:
Sickle cell anemia
multiple myeloma
leukemia
a penis deformity
or liver or kidney problems.

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