Tadacip is a medication that is used to treat erectile dysfunction (impotence) and the symptoms of an enlarged prostate (benign prostate enlargement).
Additionally, it is sometimes used to treat pulmonary hypertension (high blood pressure in the blood vessels that supply the lungs).
Tadacip is only accessible with a prescription.
It is available in the form of pills to be swallowed with water. It is suitable for use with or without meals.
- Tadacip typically takes 30 to 60 minutes to act for erectile dysfunction. You may take it once daily, at least 30 minutes before sexual activity.
- Tadacip alone is insufficient to induce an erection. It will not function unless you are sexually stimulated. Many men have no negative effects with tadacip, while others experience minor ones. These symptoms may include headaches, back discomfort, muscular pains, arm and leg pain, flushing, stuffy nose, and indigestion.
- Do not use tadacip if you are also using nitrate-containing medications (often prescribed for chest pain). This combination has the potential to result in dangerously low blood pressure.
- Tadacip is marketed under the trade names Cialis (for erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic enlargement) and Adcirca (for benign prostatic enlargement) (for pulmonary hypertension).
Who is permitted to use tadacip and who is not permitted to take tadacip
Tadacip is only available to people above the age of 18.
Tadacip is not appropriate for everyone.
Take tadacip with caution if you have ever had an adverse response to tadacip or any other medication; • are now taking a medication called a nitrate for chest discomfort; or • have a major heart or liver issue.
- Have you lately had a stroke or heart attack?
- Do you have low blood pressure or uncontrolled hypertension?
- Have you ever lost vision owing to decreased blood flow to the eye?
Consult your doctor before using tadacip if you have sickle cell anemia (abnormal red blood cells), leukemia (blood cell cancer), or multiple myeloma (bone marrow cancer); or if you have Peyronie’s disease (curved penis) or a similar issue with your penis.
- have a heart condition – your doctor will determine if your heart is capable of handling the added pressure of having sex.
Where can I get tadacip?
Tadacip is a prescription-only medication.
Tadacip is accessible on the NHS for the treatment of erectile dysfunction only if you have a particular illness such as multiple sclerosis or a spinal cord injury.
Tadacip is not covered by the National Health Service for the treatment of benign prostatic enlargement.
Prescription obtained privately
If you do not fit the NHS requirements for tadacip, a doctor may write you a private prescription. This implies you will be responsible for the whole cost of the medication.
How to use it and when to use it
It is essential to take this medication exactly as prescribed by your doctor or pharmacist.
Tadacip pills are available in a variety of strengths.
Consume your pills whole, along with a glass of water. Take the pills with or without meals.
How much erectile dysfunction medication will I take?
Tadacip is often used before to having sex. Take 1 tablet at least 30 minutes before to sexual activity. Take no more than one pill each day.
The normal dosage is ten milligrams. Your doctor may adjust your dosage based on how well it works and how often you take it.
Because the effects of the 10mg or 20mg pills may persist longer than 24 hours, it is not suggested to use them daily.
You must be sexually stimulated in order for the tablet to function effectively.
If you have a private prescription for tadacip, carefully read the medication information that comes with it. The strength and dose recommendations for this medication may vary.
How much medication will I need to treat benign prostate enlargement?
Tadacip pills for enlarged prostate are available in 2.5mg or 5mg doses. The recommended dosage is 5mg once day.
You may take your pill in the morning or evening, but it is recommended that you take it consistently throughout the day.
If you are experiencing any issues, such as side effects, your doctor may prescribe a modest dosage of 2.5mg.
The dosage is 5mg if you are being treated for both benign prostatic enlargement and erectile dysfunction.
How much medication am I going to take for pulmonary hypertension?
Tadacip pills for pulmonary hypertension are available in dosages of 20mg.
The recommended dosage is 40mg — two 20mg pills once day. Due to the size of these pills, they should be taken consecutively.
If you have kidney or liver disease, your doctor may reduce your first dosage to 10mg or 20mg.
What if I overlook it?
If you have benign prostatic enlargement, take it immediately upon recall and then continue as normal.
Pulmonary hypertension – if possible, take it within 8 hours. If you recollect after eight hours, omit the missing dosage and continue with your regular schedule.
Never take two doses concurrently. Never take an additional dosage to compensate for a missed one.
If you often forget to take your medications, setting an alarm may help.
Additionally, you should see a pharmacist for guidance on other strategies for remembering to take your medication.