Q: Will taking Cialis make me get an erection?
A: Cialis will not cause you to instantly get an erection. In order for the medicine to work, you must be sexually aroused.
Q: How can I be sure that I am getting genuine Cialis?
A: The only FDA approved version of Cialis is made by the company Eli Lilly/ICOS. If you are ordering Cialis online, make sure that you order it from an online pharmacy which clearly states which form of the medicine you are getting. If you receive a medicine which is different from what you order, you should contact the pharmacy for a refund. If they refuse a refund, then report the online pharmacy to the FDA.
Q: Is Cialis safe?
A: For most adult men, Cialis is completely safe to take. However, if you have health problems like a history of priapism, low blood pressure, or kidney disease, you should talk to your doctor before taking Cialis. You should never take Cialis with nitrate type drugs. This can cause dangerously low blood pressure.
Q: What are the side effects of Cialis?
A: It is common for patients taking Cialis to have headaches, become flushed, or feel dizzy. Some patients also have mild changes to their vision. These side effects are not serious. In rare cases, Cialis can cause serious side effects though. You should get medical help at once if you have a painful erection, long-lasting erection, or become suddenly blind. Tell your doctor if your hearing changes at any point during treatment with Cialis.
Q: Does Cialis really work for all weekend?
A: Cialis has gotten the nickname “the weekend drug” because it usually lasts up to 36 hours. However, in some patients Cialis may last for longer or shorter periods of time.
Q: Can I drink alcohol with Cialis?
A: It is generally considered safe to consume alcohol while taking Cialis. However, it is still advised against taking Cialis with alcohol. Consuming alcohol can increase certain side effects of Cialis, like dizziness. Alcohol can often cause erectile problems in some cases which may make Cialis less effective.
Q: Which ED pill is best: Cialis, Levitra or Viagra?
A: Each of the ED pills has its own benefits and disadvantages. Many men prefer Cialis because it has the longest-lasting effects, shortest time to take effect, and can be taken without regards to meals. However, you should talk to your doctor about which ED pill is the best choice for you.
Q: Do I need a prescription for Cialis?
A: If you are purchasing Cialis through a standard pharmacy in the US, you will need to get a prescription. However, many nations, such as the UK, allow you to get Cialis without a prescription after you have a short consultation with a pharmacist. It is also possible to order Cialis online without a prescription though you may need to submit your medical history before your order is approved. It is always best to get a prescription from your doctor before taking Cialis though.