Generic Tadalafil is a prescription medication commonly used to treat the symptoms of erectile dysfunction, which is classified as impotence or a male's inability to have an erection. Once Generic Tadalafil enters the blood stream, it begins enhancing sexual preformance by stimulating blood flow to the penis during sexual activity, which results in an erection. Even though Generic Tadalafil is effective with increasing sexual preformance, it is not a permanent cure for erectile problems. Additionally, this medication will not result in an increased sex drive. Initially, physicans will start patients on a low dose, and then monitor sexual performance. If necessary, the dosage can be gradually increased.
Unfortunately, Generic Tadalafil may cause side effects – some more serious than others. On average, minor side effects lessen. Common side effects may include headache, heartburn, muscle pain, or runny nose. More serious reactions to this medication include sudden loss of vision, vision changes, chest pain, hives, rash, or an erection lasting longer than 4 hours. Due to the powerful nature of prescription medications for erectile dysfunction, it is important for patients to administer the drug property, and avoid combining different medications used to treat this condition. For example, persons taking Generic Tadalafil must void taking similar medications such as Viagra.
In the event of an accidental overdose, patients should seek help immediately. Call emergency services or contact the local poison control. Overdoses occur when patients exceed the recommended daily dosage. Common symptoms of an overdose include headache, indigestion, long erections, flushing, or muscle/limb pain.
Prior to taking Generic Tadalafil inform doctors about smoking habits, other prescription medictions, over-the-counter drugs, and vitamin supplements being taken. Furthermore, patients should avoid drinking alcoholic beverages while taking this medication, this could intensify side effects. Patients who experience chest pains during sexual activity should discontinue use, and consult a physician.
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