Cialis Super Active, generically known as Tadalafil, is one of the most popular erectile dysfunction medications on the market today. When combined with sexual stimulation, it works by increasing blood flow to the penis and helps a man get and maintain an erection.
Developed recently, Cialis Super Active is a specially-formulated form of the Cialis medication designed not only to last longer, but also act significantly faster. It should be effective within 5 to 10 minutes. The gelatin capsule dissolves quickly, releasing the medication much faster than the tab form of the medication.
Not different from Cialis that much, it still operates as “”the weekend pill”” and has an effective time of up to 18 hours. This means, from the time that you consume the medication, you should have roughly that many hours to have sexual intercourse with someone before the medication wears off, whereas other popular medications only last for a few hours.
Like other erectile dysfunction medications, Cialis Super Active comes with a number of warnings for those who want to take it and side effects for those who may be taking it. Before taking the medication, you should consult a physician.
You should not take Cialis Super Active if you are taking a nitrate drug for chest pain or heart problems, nor if you take a blood thinner, as this can cause a sudden and serious decline in blood pressure. You should also not take the medication if you have heart disease or heart problems, have had a heart attack or stroke, have chest pains, have had high or low blood pressure, liver or kidney disease or if you’re on dialysis, a blood disorder such as sickle cell anemia, a bleeding disorder, stomach ulcers, any inherited eye conditions, a deformity in the penis or if you have been told by your doctor to abstain from sexual intercourse for health reasons.
Cialis Super Active, as well as other erectile dysfunction medications, may decrease blood flow to the eyes, which may cause vision loss. During sexual activity, if you become dizzy or nauseated, have pain, numbness or tingling in your chests, arms, neck or jaw, or your vision becomes impaired, please stop the sexual activity and call your doctor right away. These could represent serious side effects that may have long-term effects.
The medication has never been tested on women or children, so it is advised that children and women do not come into contact with the medication. It’s not been proven that the medication can be passed through breast milk or if it may cause harm to a nursing baby. If your spouse or sexual partner is pregnant or expecting to be pregnant, consult a doctor about the use of Cialis Super Active. No one under the age of 18 should consume the medication.
The medication should be taken as prescribed by a physician. It is not needed to be taken with foods and should not be taken with particularly fatty foods – as this may delay or inhibit the effectiveness of the medication. The medication should not be taken when consuming alcohol or with grapefruit products. Do not take the medication in larger or smaller quantities, or for lengths of time longer than the physician has advised. The medication is not intended to be taken over long periods of time.
Because Cialis Super Active is used as needed, there is minimal likelihood that you will miss a dose. If you have taken more than prescribed or recommended by a physician, you should call for poison help. It should not be taken more than once a day and does not force erections to happen, but instead is encourages blood flow to the penis when sexual stimulation occurs.
Cialis Super Active is commonly given in 20 mg doses and ranges from $2 to more than $8 per pill – depending on the quantity you purchase. Your physician should help you identify what dosing to begin with and how it can be adjusted from there on. The medication is sold online through various online pharmacies and can be discreetly shipped.
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