Tadalafil (Generic Cialis) is a powerful prescription drug intended for men suffering from erectile dysfunction. You shouldn't take more than one pill of Tadalafil a day and follow all the recommendations of your doctor. At least 24 hours should pass between two doses of Tadalafil. If you think you have taken too much of Tadalafil seek immediate medical help. Some side effects of Tadalafil that usually go away on their own include stuffy nose, sore throat, memory problems, headache, muscle ache and pack pain. Avoid taking other impotence medications along with Tadalafil to prevent interference.
Priapism is a prolonged (over 4 hours) and painful erection that may occur in a small percentage of patients taking impotence drugs. In case or experiencing this condition get immediate medical help as priapism may result in a permanent damage on the penis tissues. A very small percentage of people taking Tadalafil have reported another serious complication - vision loss caused by the decrease of the blood flow to the optic nerve. The condition may not be directly linked to the medicine, as in all of those cases the patients had certain health problems (high cholesterol, high blood pressure, pre-existing eye problems, diabetes) and were older than 50.