Tadalis is a generic version of tadalafil. It’s a medication used to cure ED problems in men. This drug is chemically the exact copy of tadalafil, but it has different appearance, shape, color, size, and packaging.
Tadalis was created by Ajanta Pharma Ltd., an Indian pharma company. It has been around since 1973, it is located in Mumbai. There are offices in over 29 countries, including the Philippines, China and Egypt. This company has over 1500 high-quality products to offer, all approved in various countries. Ajanta is a very well-respected company. During their 40+ year history, they have managed to create high-quality “generic” versions of many pricey drugs, oftentimes making small improvements to the basic formula.
Thanks to Ajanta’s spotless reputation and their dedication to manufacturing the best-quality drugs possible, you can rest assured when it comes to Tadalis and its potency. Many people note that this generic version of a more well-known drug seems to work better, but there is no real clinical research to back that up.
This medication is very helpful when it comes to the erectile dysfunction treatment, there are almost no unwanted effects. If you compare this drug to the more well-known Viagra, you will be able to see why so many men prefer Tadalis. Its side-effects list is shorter, and it works up to 36 hours. Many patients take this drug to enjoy a passion-filled weekend. When it comes to alcohol/foods interaction, this medication also performs better than its brand-name counterpart. Patients report feeling the effects after half an hour, which is also impressive. This drug’s efficacy has been proved time and time again by various clinical tests conducted by 3rd party companies.
Similar to other anti-ED medications based on tadalafil, Tadalis is a PDE-5 inhibitor. It works by improving the circulation in the penile area, soothing the muscles and allowing a better blood supply. Your body is now able to respond to sexual stimulus in the most natural way possible. You get strong, lasting erections, all thanks to this drug’s simple and straightforward impact. Many people report that their erections under the effect of this drug were among the strongest ones they have had in decades.
Because of this drug’s strong impact, there are many things to take into consideration before taking it. First and foremost, you must have a conversation with your MD and lay out your prior medical history in order to find out whether it is okay or not for you to undergo this treatment. Down below, you will find a non-complete list of precautions. You shouldn’t take this drug if you:
- Suffered from hypertension or hypotension before/suffering from it now.
- Suffer from cardiovascular issues.
- Have underlying/previous liver issues.
- Have underlying/previous kidney issues.
- Have vision impairments and other eye-related conditions.
- Have active gastric ulcers.
- Have ever had seizure disorders.
- Suffer from a bleeding condition.
- Suffer from Peyronie’s disease.
- Have ever had a painful erection which lasted for more than one hour.
- Have ever had blood diseases.
- Are at a higher risk of severe allergic reaction to tadalafil/suffer hypersensitivity.
- Are taking medications that may interact with this drug (detailed below).
- Have deformed penis.
- Are taking other anti-ED treatments.
The above list is not 100% complete. Always talk to your health specialist before committing to any kind of treatment.
The suggested beginner dosage is 10 mg., once per day. You must take this dosage approximately 35 minutes before planned sexual activity. This dosage can either be upped to 20 mg. or decreased to 5 mg., based on your experience. Never alter the dosage without consulting your MD.
If you decide to take this drug for daily usage in order to completely eradicated ED, you must start with a 2.5 mg. dose (taken once a day). The dosage may be upped to 5 mg., if there are no visible results.
How to Use
This is a medication that must be taken by mouth. You take it approximately 35-45 minutes before planned sexual intercourse. You mustn’t take this drug more often than once in the span of 24-36 hrs. You should only take this drug if you are having trouble with your erections. There are two distinctly different ways of using this treatment.
The first requires you to take one 5 mg. pill every single day. If you ever happen to miss a dose, you should just wait until the next one and inform your MD while you’re at it. This way of ED treatment is better suited for people who want to eradicate the problem completely.
The second one requires you to take one 20 mg. tablet as needed. As mentioned before, you cannot take them more than once in the span of 36 hrs.
How Long Does It Last?
This treatment’s effect can last anywhere from twenty-four to thirty-six hours after taking the pill. Its impact heavily depends on the patient’s overall health, weight, age and several other factors. Some people note that this particular drug seems to last longer when compared to the alternatives.
Let’s split the possible adverse effects into two different categories, based on the probability.
Unwanted after-effects likely to occur:
- Polymyalgia rheumatica;
- Stomach heaviness;
- Blurry vision.
Unwanted adverse effects unlikely to occur:
- Loss of vision;
- Sudden deafness;
- Breathing issues;
- Dry mouth;
- Persistent/painful erections;
- Low back pain.
Please make sure you realize that this list of unwanted after-effects is not exhaustive. You must consult your MD in case you encounter any issues at all, especially the ones from the list above.
It is possible to overdose on Tadalis. You should be very careful while taking this drug, because of its strong potency it can lead to some severe consequences in case you take more than needed. If the erroneous dose is taken, you will encounter the more severe version of side-effects mentioned in the list above. Sometimes you encounter more than one at the same time. There are some unwanted effects specific to an overdose, including painful erections, lightheadedness, dizziness, vomiting, sudden loss of vision, cardiac arrest-like symptoms, increased heartbeat and fainting. You must contact your health services provider immediately in case you suspect an overdose. You will require urgent medical attention.
This drug can interact with other medications that you are currently taking. Here’s an incomplete list of the interactions for this specific pill:
Other anti-ED medication.
Organic nitrates, including Isordil, Isordil titradose, dilatrate-sr, nitro-time, Nitrolingual pump spray. These types of drugs are used to treat angina. When take together with this anti-ED pill, they can cause a serious BP drop.
- Alpha-blockers, including doxazosin, terazosin, prazosin, silodosin, and alfuzosin. This interaction also leads to a severe pressure drop.
- Antihypertensive drugs cause this type of reaction as well.
- Antifungal agents, including ketoconazole, voriconazole, itraconazole, telithromycin, clarithromycin, saquinavir, nefazodone, erythromycin.
- When taken together, these drugs alter the tadalafil concertation which can be very dangerous.
- Antibacterials, including azithromycin, erythromycin, clarithromycin, telithromycin, roxithromycin, and cethromycin.
- Antacid drugs, including Alka-Seltzer, Milk of Magnesia, Alternagel, Amphojel, Gaviscon, Gelusil, Maalox, Mylanta, Rolaids, Pepto-Bismol. They rarely cause adverse effects, but they oftentimes decrease this drug’s effectiveness.
- AIDS treatments, including amprenavir, atazanavir, indinavir, lopinavir, nelfinavir, ritonavir and saquinavir.
- Hep C medicines, including ribavirin, and telaprevir.
- Nicorandil, in particular, is known to cause serious side-effects.
Just to reiterate, this list is not exhaustive by any means. You must provide your health specialist with an extensive list of all the health products you are currently using, including OTC meds, prescription tablets, and herbs.
This type of anti-ED drug is well-known for its efficiency, which causes it to sometimes interact with liquor. The risks are lower when compared to other alternatives, but they are still there. The patient undergoing the anti-ED treatment, should be aware that liquor causes your BP to drop. This pill has the same effect. You should not mix the two, because you might experience wooziness and lightheadedness, thanks to the combined effect. Many recent studies suggest that it is okay to drink in moderation, but the best case scenario is that you avoid alcohol altogether.
This medication interacts with grapefruits and grapefruit juice. There are some unwanted side-effects that you might encounter if you mix the two, including headaches and heartburn. The most frequent form of interaction, however, is the delay of the impact. To put it bluntly, you will have to wait up to several hours for this drug to work if you decide to take it together with grapefruit-based products. It is strongly suggested you consume similar fruits, because they do not cause the same kind of reaction.
You must also avoid fatty foods, including cheese, avocados, fries, sausages, chocolate, and nuts, among many others. They don’t really cause any side-effects, but they also can severely delay the drug’s onset. Always avoid these types of foods, especially if you plan on having intercourse later in the day.
- Tadalis is available in five-, ten- and twenty-milligram tablets.
- This drug’s molecular formula is C22H19N3O4.
- It is undetermined whether or not this medication crosses into breast milk.
- These pills are not intended for use in women.
- If you happen to miss a dose of this treatment, you should call your MD.
- The pills must be stored in a place with no direct sunlight and moisture. The temperature must be below 30°C.
- Patients should avoid driving and operating heavy machinery while taking this drug. Many people report such side-effects as lightheadedness, dizziness and overall loss of focus.
Honestly, I have been on and off ED since my early thirties. I loss all the confidence I had, became severely depressed, and believe it or not – that made it even worse. I have found myself avoiding intimacy, being afraid of commitment, the whole nine yards. Even though I had some steamy moments with gorgeous ladies, my penis was still semi-limp. Thank God, I have found Tadalis. I took 20 mg. pill an hour before sex and I was as hard as a f**king rock. Actually, I figured my length/girth have also improved for some reason.
I had awful erections (about 70% hard), quick ejaculations (never lasted more than a full minute). My doctor suggested taking this drug (Tadalis, not the pricier ones). I took the 10 mg. dosage and within two hours tried to initiate my first intercourse. I was very hard, but the whole experience was not pleasurable and lasted, once again, no longer than a minute. Next morning, I woke up with a very strong erection, had sex with my SO, lasted full 8 minutes (my best in YEARS). This drug really works…
Decided to go with a cheaper version, Tadalis. Started taking 10 mg. doses only when I was about to have sex. In my experience, it takes anywhere from one to two hours for the dose to really hit. It lasts one day or two days, although I’m starting to notice it not working as well as it once was. Then I tried the 20 mg. dosage, and everything has changed. I was ready to bang all day long. Tadalis fixed me completely, what a shocking turn of events. And there I was, thinking I was a lost cause!
Started with 20 mg., suffered from blurry vision and loss of balance. Literally fell off my treadmill two times in a row. Luckily, I didn’t break anything. Alright then. I have decided to try 10 mg. dose, it was a last-ditch resort basically. Whadda you know – this worked for me. These 10 mg gave me a great erection with no visible side-effects. Now I feel like million bucks. Maybe I should just switch to 5 mg. permanently? Maybe my ED problem wasn’t as severe as I thought? Maybe I need a little push and that’s it?