Cialis Strengths

Cialis® (tadalafil) is a prescription medication commonly used to treat erectile dysfunction (ED). Cialis is also approved to treat enlarged prostate symptoms. Several different strengths of Cialis are available; the one your healthcare provider recommends will depend on various factors, such as any other medical conditions you may have.
 
In addition, a different Cialis strength will be prescribed based on how often you want to take this medicine. For example, men who would rather take the drug prior to sexual activity typically start with 10 mg. Men who want to take it daily for ED often start with 2.5 mg. Your dose will be different (probably 5 mg daily) if you are using Cialis to treat enlarged prostate symptoms.
 
If you have kidney or liver disease, a lower amount will be prescribed, and there are limitations on how much Cialis a man can take in a 48- and 72-hour period.
 
Regardless of the strength prescribed, Cialis should be taken exactly how your healthcare provider recommends. It can be taken with or without food, but should be taken at the same time to ensure an effective treatment process.
 
(Click Cialis Dosage to learn more about when certain strengths are prescribed, other factors that affect your healthcare provider's recommendations, and general dosing guidelines.)
 
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