Cialis is a medicine containing the active substance tadalafil. It is available as tablets (2.5, 5, 10 and 20 mg).
Cialis is used to treat men with erectile dysfunction (also called impotence), which is the inability to achieve or maintain an erection sufficient for satisfactory sexual activity.
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For Cialis to have an effect, sexual stimulation is required.
Cialis, in fact, is not an aphrodisiac, and does not cause spontaneous erections; it cannot have any effect if the subject is impotent due to the inability to feel sexual desire.
Cialis can also be used in male patients to treat the signs and symptoms of benign prostatic hyperplasia (enlarged, non-carcinogenic prostate gland), which causes urine leakage problems.
In Australia, as in most countries of the world, the medicine can only be obtained with a prescription, after in-depth consultations, blood tests and the diagnosis of effective erectile dysfunction.
To treat erectile dysfunction, the recommended dose of Cialis is 10 mg taken “as needed” at least 30 minutes before sexual activity. The dose can be increased to 20 mg for men who do not respond to 10 mg.
The maximum recommended dosing frequency is once a day, however the continuous daily intake of 10 or 20 mg of Cialis is not recommended.
Cialis can be used at lower doses once a day in men who intend to use it frequently (twice a week or more), depending on the doctor’s judgment. The dose is 5 mg once a day, but can be reduced to 2.5 mg once a day based on the degree of tolerance. The drug should be taken at about the same time each day and it is necessary to regularly re-evaluate the dose in the case of a single daily intake.
For the treatment of male patients with benign prostatic hyperplasia or affected by both benign prostatic hyperplasia and erectile dysfunction, the recommended dose is 5 mg once a day.
Patients with severe liver or kidney disease should not take more than 10 mg. Taking a single daily dose is not recommended in patients with serious kidney disease and, for patients with liver disorders, the medicine should only be prescribed after careful consideration of the risks and benefits of taking it.
For these reasons we strongly insist that Cialis should be taken only after very thorough clinical examinations.
The active substance in Cialis, tadalafil, belongs to a group of medicines called “phosphodiesterase type 5 inhibitors (PDE5)”. The substance works by blocking the enzyme phosphodiesterase which normally breaks down a substance called cyclic guanosine monophosphate (cGMP).
During normal sexual stimulation the penis produces cGMP which causes the relaxation of the spongy tissue of the penis (cavernous bodies), allowing the inflow of blood into the corpora cavernosa, which produces an erection. By blocking cGMP degradation, Cialis restores erectile function.
However, sexual stimulation is always necessary.
By blocking the enzyme phosphodiesterase and avoiding the degradation of cGMP, Cialis also improves the blood supply to the prostate and bladder, relaxing the muscles. This can reduce the problems of urine leakage which are symptoms of benign prostatic hyperplasia.
As previously stated, in Australia Cialis can be purchased legally only by presenting a doctor’s prescription, and only in pharmacies authorized according to the terms of the law.
However, it is possible to find substances described as Cialis on numerous websites of dubious origin, which however do not offer any guarantee of the effectiveness of the medicine, and are often fraudulent.