Tadalis is a muscle relaxant that uses tadalafil as the main ingredient. It works by increasing the amount of blood supplied to certain parts of the body.
Tadalis has many uses, especially in the treatment of impotence/erectile dysfunction in men, as well as the treatment of BPH or benign prostatic hyperplasia.
For people with hypertension in the pulmonary artery, Tadalis is used to increase the capacity to engage in exercise.
It works by relaxing the muscles in the walls of blood vessels. This allows the vessels to dilate more, increasing the amount of blood flowing through them.
Tadalafil is the main ingredient in Tadalis. It is an enzyme inhibitor that stops production of the phosphodiesterase-5 enzyme, which causes blood flow to be restricted.
This increases the blood supply to the penis, which leads to erections being achieved easily. Do not take Tadalis if you have allergies to tadalafil.
If you are pregnant, or plan on becoming pregnant while on Tadalis, tell your doctor. Do not breast feed while taking the drug.
Tell your doctor if you have a history of liver and kidney diseases, diabetes, thyroid conditions, bladder infections and other UTIs.
Do not give Tadalis to a child under the age of 18. Avoid meals that have a high fat content. Do not drink alcohol with Tadalis.
If you have been given a prescription for Tadalis, make sure that you take the dosage according to the doctor’s advice.
The prescribed dose may depend on your age, gender and allergies to other medication. Make sure you take the drug for as long as you are told.
Swallow the tablet. Do not chew, crush or split it. Drink it down with water. In conjunction with the drug, a balanced diet needs to be followed.
Take the Tadalis pill one hour before any sexual engagement. Do not stop taking Tadalis regularly unless your doctor advises it.
Remember that Tadalis is a contributor to achieving an erection. It is not going to give you one on its own. Sexual stimulation is still a necessity for this.
Missed doses and overdose
Since Tadalis is a drug that is taken when necessary, you are unlikely to be given a dosing schedule. However, you must never take more than one tablet in 24 hours.
If you overdose, call your doctor immediately. Contact your local poison hotline and emergency medical services in your area too.
Common side effects include
More severe side effects include:
Nausea with vomiting
Priapism (painful prolonged erection)
Acute loss of sight
Call your doctor immediately if you experience these side effects.
Do not take Tadalis if you are currently on a course of antidepressants, antibiotics, antifungals, blood pressure medication, prostate drugs and HIV medication like ritonavir.
If you notice signs of an allergic reaction like hives, rashes, swelling of the facial region and blistering skin, call your doctor and stop taking Tadalis.