Tadalafil (Generic Cialis)

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Tadalafil, known as Generic Cialis, is now licensed in the UK as a more affordable generic form for the treatment of erectile dysfunction. You can buy Tadalafil (Generic Cialis) as 10mg and 20mg strength tablets to be used on a when required basis. Tadalafil tablets are proven to work within 30 minutes to produce the desired effect and are considered to have a longer lasting effect in comparison to other ED medication.

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    What is Tadalafil?

    Tadalafil, commonly known as Generic Cialis, is now licensed in the UK. The branded version Cialis, contains the active ingredient Tadalafil, which is commonly used for the treatment of Erectile Dysfunction. 

    Cialis is now available in its generic version form at more affordable prices and is available in two different strengths – tadalafil 10mg and tadalafil 20mg. In comparison to other ED treatments, Tadalafil has a longer-lasting effect. You can buy tadalafil online from the Post My Meds online pharmacy.

    How does Tadalafil (Generic Cialis) work?

    Tadalafil is a potent phosphodiesterase (PDE5 inhibitors) enzyme inhibitor that works by dilating blood vessels in the penis, increasing blood flow to this region helping to get and maintain an erection in response to arousal.

    How do I take Tadalafil tablets?

    Tadalafil (Generic Cialis) is available to use on a when required basis. It is taken at a recommended starting dose of 10mg that can be increased to 20mg if the response is inadequate. Alternatively, different medication like Sildenafil tablets could have a different reaction, also. 

    These strengths of Tadalafil should not be used on a continuous daily basis. It should be taken approximately 30 minutes before any proposed sexual activity. How long does tadalafil last? It has a duration of action lasting up to 36 hours. 

    The tablets should be swallowed with water. We always recommend reading the enclosed information leaflet carefully before use.

    What are the cautions associated with taking Cialis?

    Although Tadalafil tablets are commonly prescribed in the UK to treat symptoms of Erectile Dysfunction, it is still important to check if the medication is suitable for you. Tadalafil should not be used by people suffering from certain conditions or those taking certain medications.

    You should always read the patient information leaflet (PIL) for Tadalafil 10mg or Tadalafil 20mg before taking this medication to ensure it is safe for you to use.

    What are the side effects of Tadalafil tablets?

    Tadalafil (Generic Cialis) like all medications can be associated with certain side effects although not all patients would experience these.

    Common side-effects to look out for, include:

    • Facial Flushing / Hot Flushes
    • Indigestion
    • Muscle Aches, back & limb pain
    • Stuffy Nose
    • Headache (including migraine)
    • Dizziness, drowsiness & visual disturbances – this may affect skilled tasks such as driving, it is recommended to see how you react to this medication before driving or operating any machinery.

    Patients should not drink excess amounts of alcohol when taking Tadalafil tablets as it may impair blood flow to the penis and your ability to get an erection and may increase the risk of certain side effects. To see the side-effects associated with the use of Tadalafil please refer to the patient information leaflet (PIL) for Tadalafil 10mg or Tadalafil 20mg or contact PostMyMeds.

    Can I use Tadalafil (Generic Cialis) and Premature Ejaculation Treatment at the same time?

    No, it is not recommended that patients take both medications at the same time.

    Where can I find more information on Erectile Dysfunction and Tadalafil (Generic Cialis)?

    Please refer to the patient information leaflet (PIL) for Tadalafil 10mg or Tadalafil 20mg for further information. You can find more information on Erectile Dysfunction by clicking here.

Authored Jan 12, 2018 by Joseph Issac, MPharm
Reviewed Apr 20, 2021 by Prabjeet Saundh, MPharm