Tadalis SX is a generic version of tadalifil, a drug used in the treatment of erectile dysfunction, or ED, in men. Tadalis SX is chemically identical to tadalifil, but differs in appearance, shape and color and packaging. Tadalis SX is taken as a tablet.
Tadalis SX was prescribed to help men get an erection and keep it when they are sexually aroused. It should be noted that Tadalis SX treats erectile dysfunction, making it possible for a man to have sex, but offers no protection when having sex. It will not prevent pregnancy or sexually transmitted diseases.
Erections are caused by the increase in blood flow to the penis. Tadalis SX works by expanding the arteries of the penis, so that the blood flows towards the penis and by compressing the veins that come out, so that more blood flows and less flows, leading to a sustained erection. Tadalis SX works differently for different people; sometimes it works as quickly as half an hour, sometimes up to an hour. Doctors recommend taking the dose about an hour before planning to have sex; although you shouldn't take more than one dose per day. The effects of Tadalis SX can last up to thirty-six hours.
Tadalifil should only be taken as prescribed and under the supervision of a physician. It is intended for men only and has not been approved for use by women or children. If you are taking nitrates, medicines used for angina, you should avoid taking Tadalifil or other drugs for ED. If you are unsure whether Tadalifil is appropriate for you, be sure to speak to your doctor or pharmacist before taking it.
As with all medications, if you are taking Tadalifil, you should be aware of the possible side effects. Some common side effects of Tadalifil include headache, redness, heartburn or indigestion, ruffled nose, changes in vision – these can include seeing things with a blue tinge or general blurring of vision. Other possible side effects are diarrhea or urinary tract infections. Some side effects are much rarer than the ones above; include skin rashes on the face, sensitivity to light, shock, pain, chills, loss of balance, chest pain, and loss of energy or strength. Other rare but serious possible side effects are migraines, chest pains, increased heart rate, low blood pressure, colitis, dry mouth, gingivitis, heart failure, liver dysfunction, fainting due to a drop in blood pressure and blood clots. . Again, these latter side effects are rare, but underline the need to be under a doctor's care while taking Tadilifil.
Men who have problems with their kidneys, liver or heart should not take Tadalis SX. They are particularly at high risk for problems and increased side effects. Side effects also seem to increase when you drink heavily, so try not to drink a lot during the days you plan to use Tadalis SX.