Erectile Dysfunction Drugs
Tadalafil (tadalafil) is an erectile dysfunction treatment that has been around for many years. The brand name for this product is “Vimax”. Tadalafil belongs to a class of prescription drugs called phosphodiesteridazole antifungals. Tadalafil can be found without a prescription on the internet. The dosage for this drug is not to exceed the maximum recommended dose for any person.
If you are having erectile dysfunction and are taking tadalafil as directed,
you should notice a considerable improvement after starting the medication and continuing to take it for at least thirty to sixty minutes each day. In general, most men experience a substantial change after starting tadalafil and continuing for at least thirty minutes per day. Some men will begin to see improvements in just a few days. Of course, it takes a minimum of six months before you will see noticeable changes.
Common Side Effects:
One of the most common side effects when taking tadalafil is increased urination, mild headaches, flu-like symptoms, feeling anxious or irritable, mood swings, and decreased libido. These side effects are usually transient, especially if you stop taking the drug immediately. Most other drugs that cause side effects can have long-term effects that may cause severe damage to your cardiovascular system. For this reason, you should contact your doctor immediately if you notice any unusual side effects.
Not all medicines work well with each other. Your doctor will do a thorough evaluation of all the medicines you are taking and perform a drug interaction test on you. This test will look for how the medicines affect each other and also other factors, such as allergies. Certain drugs can interact with one another to produce even more adverse side effects, so be sure to let your doctor know about all of the drugs and any interactions that may occur. If you are taking blood thinners or anti-cholesterol medicines, you should not take tadalafil as these can thin the blood and increase the possibility of a heart attack or stroke.
Drug interactions may include the following:
tadalafil may interact with some medications used to lower cholesterol levels such as Atacand, Micardisil, Zocorin, or Reglan. Azathioprine and Phenytoin may interact with tadalafil and produce negative side effects such as nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and headache. Fluorine is known to interact with tadalafil as well. Make sure you ask your doctor if you are taking prescription or non-prescription medications because they can affect the strength or concentration of the product.
You should not combine medications unless you are advised by your doctor to do so.
Also, be sure to inform your doctor if you are on any other medication that may interact with this one. Some Erectile Dysfunction drugs also have other side effects such as respiratory depression, seizures, allergic reactions, or changes in skin pigmentation. Before combining medications make sure you inform your doctor. Erectile Dysfunction can lead to serious health risks if not treated properly.