Is Generic Cialis Safe?

Erectile dysfunction (ED), also known as impotence, can be safely treated with Cialis® (tadalafil). The drug is also approved to treat enlarged prostate symptoms. At this time, a generic version is not available in the United States because a patent prevents this. This patent is expected to expire within the next several years. Provided there are no outstanding lawsuits or legal settlements, a generic version of Cialis would likely start being produced after the patent's expiration.
 
A search on the Internet for "generic Cialis" may show several companies selling it; however, these products may not be safe. Without approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), there is no way to know if these medications are effective, up to U.S. quality standards, or if they even contain actual Cialis.
 
The best thing to do is continue treatment with brand-name Cialis as your healthcare provider recommends. He or she can advise you as soon as a generic version is available. That will ensure a safe, effective treatment process.
 
(Click Generic Cialis to learn more about why current so-called generic versions are not safe, when the patent for Cialis is expected to expire, and the difference between "generic names" and "generic versions" of drugs. Click Cialis to learn more about this drug in general.)
 
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