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Cialis 5 mg Tablets

If you have erectile dysfunction (ED), your healthcare provider may recommend an oral medication called Cialis® (tadalafil). This medication is also approved to treat the symptoms of an enlarged prostate. When used for ED, the recommended starting dose of this drug is 10 mg, taken an hour before sexual activity. The recommended starting dose for treating the symptoms of an enlarged prostate is Cialis 5 mg daily.
 
For men with moderate kidney disease, the recommended starting Cialis dose is 5 mg. You should not take more than 10 mg in any 48-hour period. For people with severe kidney disease, the maximum recommended daily dosage is Cialis 5 mg in any 72-hour period.
  
(Click Cialis Dosage to learn about the factors that will determine whether the 5-mg, 10-mg, or 20-mg tablets are right for you. This article also talks about whether this drug can be taken with food and why you should consult your healthcare provider before stopping treatment.)
 
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