Cialis is prescribed for patients with sexual disorders caused by erectile dysfunction and a lack of genital response to sexual stimulation. In 2011, Cialis successfully completed clinical tests and confirmed its effectiveness in treating benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) and erectile dysfunction (ED).
Modern studies prove that the constant intake of tadalafil (the active ingredient of Cialis) not only helps maintain erection but can also be used to treat lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS). The effectiveness of tadalafil was confirmed in the treatment of pulmonary arterial hypertension.
Active Ingredient: Tadalafil
Duration: up to 36 hours
Admission: 30 minutes before sexual intercourse
Generic Name: Tadalafil, Tadacip, Adcirca
Alcohol: Permissible in minimum quantities
Recommended daily dose: 20 mg (one tablet)
Cialis is produced in the form of tablets of 20 mg for oral administration. Tadalafil is quickly absorbed through the system of the gastrointestinal tract and begins to act 30-60 minutes after the administration of the drug. Dosages should be carefully determined by the doctor based on individual sensitivity to the drug, the severity of the underlying disease, and contraindications.
Fatty food and alcohol do not affect the pharmacokinetics of Cialis, so its simultaneous intake doesn’t affect the effectiveness of the drug. Due to the prolonged half-life of tadalafil, Cialis is allowed to be taken long before the onset of intimate contact (tadalafil activity continues up to 48 hours).
The advantages of the drug include its wide spectrum of action: it is effective for erectile dysfunction associated with the psychological causes (overwork, depression, phobias); coronary artery disease caused by trauma, hypertension, or bad habits; vascular problems such as fibrous tumors or Peyronie’s disease.