Cialis Side Effects

Most people tolerate Cialis well. When side effects do occur, they are usually minor. A few common Cialis side effects include headache, facial flushing, and indigestion. Among the uncommon side effects of Cialis are high blood pressure, insomnia, and blurred vision.

An Introduction to Cialis Side Effects

As with any medicine, there are possible side effects with Cialis® (tadalafil); but not everyone who takes Cialis will experience side effects. In fact, most people tolerate Cialis well. When people do develop Cialis side effects, in most cases they are minor. Often they require no treatment or are easily treated by you or your healthcare provider. In previous research studies, up to 3.1 percent of people taking Cialis stopped taking their medicine because of side effects.
 
(The side effects discussed below are not a complete list of side effects reported with Cialis. Your healthcare provider can discuss a more complete list of Cialis side effects with you.)
 

Common Side Effects of Cialis

Cialis has been studied extensively in clinical trials, with over 5,700 people having been evaluated. In these studies, side effects are always documented. Based on these studies, common Cialis side effects, occurring in more than 2 percent of people, include:
 
  • Headache -- up to 15 percent of people
  • Facial flushing -- up to 3 percent of people
  • Indigestion, known as dyspepsia -- up to 10 percent of people
  • Back pain -- up to 6 percent of people
  • Nasal congestion -- up to 4 percent of people
  • Muscle pain (known as myalgia) -- up to 4 percent of people
  • Pain in the arms or legs -- up to 3 percent of people.
     
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