Men with erectile dysfunction have difficulty in getting and maintaining erections needed for a satisfying sexual intercourse. This on going condition not only cause stress, but also affects a man?s self confidence and relationship with the partner. Tadarise is a drug prescribed to help with erectile dysfunction (ED). This drug can also help with symptoms of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) and as treatment for both ED and BPH.
Tadarise Oral Jelly contains 20mg of the active ingredient Tadalafil. This drug works by preventing the action of the enzyme phosphodiesterase-5 to widen or relax blood vessels and improve blood flow to the penis. Increased blood flow leads to an erection. The drug will only assist in the process of erection, but sexual stimulation is needed in order for it to work. Tadalafil also helps BPH by relaxing the muscles in the prostate and bladder area to improve blood flow. This action will help easy flow of urine to address symptoms of BPH.
Tadarise Oral Jelly does not cure erectile dysfunction, offer protection from sexually transmitted diseases, increase a man?s libido, nor serves as a form of birth control in men.
Below are the recommended dosages of Tadalafil:
Tadalafil tablets with doses of 10mg or 20mg must be taken as needed for erectile dysfunction. These doses are not intended for continuous daily consumption. One tablet must be taken at least 30 minutes before sexual activity.
Tadalafil tablets with doses of 2.5mg or 5mg may be taken daily for erectile dysfunction. One tablet must be taken per day, at same times each day, without regard to the time of sexual activity.
5mg of Tadalafil is the recommended dose for erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia. One tablet is taken once daily, at same times each day.
Cut the sachet open of one Tadarise Oral Jelly and squeeze all the contents out into the mouth and swallow it. Take the contents of one Tadarise Oral Jelly sachet only as needed, about 30 minutes before a planned sexual activity. This jelly form of Tadarise is much more convenient to take compared to tablets, especially to those who find it difficult to swallow. It may be taken without regard for food because food does not affect the drug?s efficacy. The drug may take effect in as fast as 30minutes due to the slightly faster absorption of the drug as compared to tablets. Only one sachet must be taken within a 24-hour period.
Doctors may prescribe different dosages from the above recommendations as the dosage requirement varies per patient. Strictly follow doctor?s orders. Tadarise Oral Jelly is not for use by women and children.
Men allergic to the active ingredient, Tadalafil, and all inactive ingredients of the tablet, must not use Tadarise.
Tadarise Oral Jelly must not be used if patient is taking nitrate drugs for heart problems such as nitroglycerine, isosorbide mononitrate or dinitrate, or if taking recreational drugs such as amyl nitrite or butyl nitrite. Combination of these drugs may cause a serious drop in blood pressure.
The drug is also contraindicated to patients taking guanylate cyclase stimulators such as Riociguat, a drug for pulmonary arterial hypertension, as it may also cause a serious drop in blood pressure.
Tadarise Oral Jelly must not be taken if advised not to have sexual activity because of heart problems.
Aside from a drug?s useful effects, they also produce unwanted side-effects. Patients taking this drug will have different response to it. The most common side effects of Tadarise include headache, muscle pains, indigestion, flushing, feeling sick, stuffy or runny nose, or feeling dizzy. These side effects usually pass after a few hours or a few days.
Intake of Tadarise Oral Jelly must be stopped and medical help is urgently needed if the following side effects occur:
an erection that is painful or lasts more than 4 hours
decrease or sudden loss of vision or hearing
symptoms of heart attack such as chest pain, pain spreading to jaw, neck, or shoulder, dizziness or nausea during sexual activity, sweating
symptoms of severe allergic reaction such as hives, breathing difficulty, swelling of face, lips, tongue or throat
Tadalafil can decrease blood flow to the optic nerve which may result in sudden vision loss. This side effect has been associated with the use of erectile dysfunction drugs, similar to Tadalafil. Most people who experience this side effect have pre-existing eye problems or blood vessel disorder risk factors.
Consult a healthcare professional for more information on Tadarise Oral Jelly side effects.
Warnings and Precautions
Consult a healthcare provider before taking Tadarise Oral Jelly to know if the drug is safe for use. Medications may affect other medical conditions or interact with other medications.
A healthcare provider must be informed of all medical problems, including if the patient has or had the following:
- heart problems in the past 6 months
- pulmonary hypertension
- low blood pressure or uncontrollable high blood pressure
- stroke in the past 6 months
- liver or kidney problems
- retinitis pigmentosa
- severe loss of vision, including NAION
- stomach ulcers
- bleeding problems
- blood cell problems
- injured or deformed penis
- erection lasted more than 4 hours
A healthcare provider must be informed of all other medications being taken, such as:
- alpha blockers
- blood pressure drugs
- antiviral drugs for HIV or Hepatitis C
- antifungal drugs
- some antibiotics
Tadarise Oral Jelly and Alcohol
Large consumption of alcohol may reduce a man?s ability to get an erection thus preventing maximum benefit from the drug. Alcohol can also increase the risk of side effects such as headache, dizziness, increased heart rate or drop in blood pressure.
Tadarise Oral Jelly and Grapefruit
Consuming grapefruit or grapefruit juice is not recommended because it can increase levels of Tadalafil (Tadarise Oral Jelly) in the blood, thereby increasing risk of side effects.