Cialis is a drug that is commonly used to treat erectile dysfunction and enlarged prostates. Cialis is a small, round, orange pill. It works by increasing blood flow to specific part of the body and by relaxing muscles that are found in the blood vessel walls. Cialis does not protect against the transmission of a sexually transmitted disease. To protect against disease, a Cialis user must also use condoms or practice other safe sex methods.
Cialis can be taken on an as-needed basis, usually thirty minutes before sexual activity is expected to occur. It may be taken daily, at a scheduled time. The prescribing physician will decide which method is best for the patient. All doses of Cialis should be taken with an entire glass of water.
There are some common side effects associated with the use of Cialis. Some of those side effects include muscle pain, upset stomach, headaches, and dizziness. A patient that experiences any of these side effects, or other side effects not listed, should contact a doctor or pharmacist as soon as possible. Sexual activity can cause heart strain, so if a patient experiences chest pain, dizziness, or nausea, or arm pain, he should stop the activity immediately and contact emergency services.
Rare side effects such as loss of vision or hearing can occur. If these side effects are experienced, cease taking the medication immediately and seek medical help. If an erection lasts more than four hours, a patient should also seek medical attention as soon as possible and the patient should stop taking the medication. Permanent damage is a possibility if medical intervention does not take place.
Patients should always make sure to tell his doctor about all current and prior medical conditions before beginning a new medication, including Cialis. Of particular concern are any heart issues or problems that have taken place recently or in the last six months. Stroke, kidney disease, high blood pressure and liver disease are all conditions that should be mentioned to the prescribing doctor before a patient begins taking Cialis.
If a patient accidentally takes an overdose of Cialis, poison control should be contacted immediately. Cialis should never be shared with others. If a patient misses a dose of Cialis, he should take it as soon as possible, and if it is almost time for the next dose, the patient should skip the missed dose and move on to the next dose. The patient should never take a double dose of Cialis.
Cialis should be stored in a temperature controlled room, free of moisture and light. Cialis should be kept away from children and pets at all times.
Cialis is available for purchase in Australia, without a prescription, by ordering via the internet. There are variety of website that consumers may use to purchase Cialis over the internet. The dosage of the medication will depend on individual factors of each patient. In many cases, the generic version of Cialis is the actual medication sold via the websites in Australia.