Men suffering from impotency (male erectile dysfunction) may look to buy tadalafil. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved Tadalafil. Developed by the Indianapolis based pharmaceutical company ICOS, it was the third pill approved to treat impotency after Viagra and Levitra. Men who buy tadalafil has dubbed it the “weekend pill” because it has a 36 hour effect.
Marketed by Eli Lilly and Company under the brand name Cialis, tadalafil can have side effects. Men taking tadalafil may find they suffer headaches, back pain, runny or stuffy nose, flushing, indigestion, and/or muscle aches. Most of these side effects subside after a few hours. However, patients that experience back pain and muscle aches may find it takes up to 48 hours to subside. A few patients have noted having visual problems such as everything having a blue tinge to it. Some men may even experience priapism when taking tadalafil. Priapism in when a patient has an erection that will not go away.
One major side effect is a drop in blood pressure. This drop to an unsafe level may occur in individuals who are also taking nitrates (including the recreational drug called “poppers” that contain nitrates) or alpha poppers. This drop in blood pressure can cause a person to become dizzy, faint, or have a heart attack or stroke. You should never attempt to buy tradalafil online without first consulting your physician.
There is a current investigation by the FDA on whether men who buy tadalafil can suffer possible visual impairment due to the medication. The alert issued by the FDA in July of 2005 stated that any of the impotency drugs (tadalafil, Viagra, and levitra) may cause a vision lose called non-arteritic anterior ischemic optic neuropathy (NANION). It seems that men who suffer from diabetes are possible high-risk group. Other high risk patient include those who have heart disease, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, smokers, those with pre-existing eye problems, and men over the age of 50.
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