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Cialis Tablets

Cialis® (tadalafil) is a prescription drug used to treat erectile dysfunction (ED). This is a medical condition characterized by a repeated inability to maintain an erection that is firm enough for sexual intercourse. Cialis comes in tablet form and is taken either prior to sexual activity or once a day. It is sold in four strengths.
 
The usual starting dose of these tablets is Cialis 10 mg; this amount may be increased if the medication is not working as well as you and your healthcare provider expect, or it may be decreased if you experience bothersome side effects. If you are taking this drug on a daily basis, you will start with an even smaller amount.
 
When taking the tablets, it is important to take them exactly how your healthcare provider recommends -- this ensures a safe, effective treatment process. Cialis can be taken with or without food, but should be taken with a glass of water.
 
Cialis is also approved to treat enlarged prostate symptoms.
 
(Click Cialis Dosage to learn more. This article provides detailed dosing guidelines for this medicine, including for men with heart conditions or kidney or liver disease. It also lists the factors that affect the amount prescribed.)
 
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