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Cialis without prescription

Cialis may be prescribed for men who experience erectile dysfunction (ED). Containing the active ingredient Tadalafil, a vasodilator which widens blood vessels and improves blood flow, Cialis helps to achieve and maintain an erection. Cialis lasts longer than other ED treatments, offering up to 36 hours of efficacy in comparison to between 4 and 6 hours with other treatments, which is why it is sometimes referred to as "the weekend pill".

Can Cialis be bought without a prescription?

Cialis should not be available without a prescription as its active ingredients may cause counter-interactions with existing medication or aggravate pre-existing medical conditions. In order to ascertain if Cialis is a suitable remedy for a specific individual's erectile dysfunction, the following should be taken into consideration:

  • Medical conditions currently being treated.

  • Hereditary diseases presented by other family members.

  • Personal medical history.

  • Current health, including symptoms of anxiety, depression or stress.

If an individual suffers from low blood pressure or any cardiovascular irregularities in particular, it is at all times vital to obtain a prescription to ensure safe use.

Why is a prescription required for Cialis?

If the active components of Cialis interfere with medications already being taken or leads to a reaction with concurrent medical conditions, it could be hazardous to a user's health. Only a doctor can determine whether Cialis is a safe treatment option and give a Cialis prescription.

Even though Cialis is commonly prescribed, it does have its side effects, and the most common of these, affecting 1 in 10 users, include:

  • Flu symptoms (sore throat or stuffy nose)

  • Headaches and nausea

  • Flushed cheeks

  • Stomach irritation and diarrhoea

  • Muscle pain

Less common - affecting only 1 in 100 users - are the following:

  • Nosebleeds

  • Impaired vision or blindness

  • Abnormally prolonged and/or painful erections (priapism)

  • Low blood pressure and dizziness

  • Loss of consciousness

What are the costs of Cialis, including a prescription?

The costs of obtaining Cialis generally vary by dosage and required frequency of use. Though specific prescription prices vary from pharmacy to pharmacy, there are a number of providers to choose from, both on- and off-line.

If filling a Cialis prescription online, it is important to confirm the reliability of the source as websites or pharmacies advertising the sale of Cialis without prescription or for an unusually low price may be offering counterfeit products that could be very harmful.

Cialis is available in a variety of doses: 5mg, 10mg and 20mg. Taken orally, a Cialis capsule should be ingested approximately 30 minutes before sexual activity is anticipated. Depending on the health and condition of the user, an effect should be noticeable within 30 minutes to one hour later.

With effects that last for around a full day, Cialis typically lasts longer than other pill-based treatment options that only last for a few hours. Although the dilation lasts for up to 36 hours, an erection can only be achieved within this window if sexual stimulation is applied.

How to get a prescription for Cialis

A licensed medical practitioner will be able to provide a prescription for Cialis, once they are satisfied that the remedy is appropriate. There are a number of factors which may be impacting someone's ability to achieve and maintain an erection.

Stress, low levels of fitness and general malaise can all negatively affect attempts to maintain an erection. By discussing all these factors with a doctor, an individual assessment can be made to ascertain the most efficacious Cialis prescription.

A Cialis prescription can be sought for either using only as and when sexual activity is anticipated, or for daily use in low doses to maintain vasodilation indefinitely. As Cialis requires sexual stimulation to aid an erection, this means that spontaneous sexual intercourse is then possible as there is no need to wait 30 minutes or more for an effect. A set time is always recommended for daily use, although only one dose of any potency should ever be taken in a 24-hour period.

Cialis 10mg and Cialis 20mg are not suitable for continuous daily use, and is is not recommended that any dose be continued for longer than 26 consecutive days. After this time, medical advice should always be sought to confirm future safety.