Cialis Sublingual

What is Cialis Sublingual?

Cialis Sublingual is a new, improved generic version of Cialis, an effective brand-name medication in treating ED. Cialis Sublingual is available in soft tabs. The active ingredient of Cialis and its generic versions, including Cialis Sublingual, is Tadalafil. It is a PDE5 inhibitor, which has shown high effectiveness in relaxing certain muscle cell to ensure the sufficient blood flow to the penis during an erection. The drug will work only if a man is sexually stimulated.

The following are the main benefits of the Cialis Sublingual:

  • Cialis Sublingual works for many men;
  • The medication causes fewer side effects than other ED medications, such as Levitra and Viagra;
  • It works for up to thirty-six hours;
  • Recommended for men with swallowing problems;
  • The high efficacy of the drug has been clinically proven.

How to Take Cialis Sublingual?

Place a pill under the tongue and wait until it completely dissolves. The medication is absorbed instantly into the bloodstream, and its effects may last up to thirty-six hours. The medicine can be taken from 12 hours to half an hour before sexual intercourse. Cialis Sublingual can be taken before sex, but it is also suitable for daily use. In the latter case, it is important to take the medication in the lower dosage.

At least twenty-four hours should pass before taking another dosage of the medicine. Although it is recommended to take the drug on an empty stomach for the best result, it can also be taken along with some food.

Warnings and Precautions

When using Cialis Sublingual, you may experience dizziness due to dehydration, and that is why it is recommended to drink much water.

It may be unsafe to use the drug by men with the following health problems:

  • Kidney/liver problems;
  • Serious heart problems;
  • Extremely high blood pressure;
  • Angina;
  • Blood disorders;
  • Peyronie’s disease;
  • Stomach ulcers;
  • Diabetes;
  • Bleeding disorders;
  • Serious eye problems, for instance, retinitis pigmentosa.

Stop taking the drug if it causes an allergenic reaction and contact your healthcare provider immediately. Consult a healthcare provider to find out how this drug should be taken (dosage and frequency of intake).

Drug Interaction

Tadalafil interacts with a range of medications, which may cause various health problems. Particular, Cialis Sublingual should not be combined with the following drugs:

  • Nitrate-based medicines (nitro-dur, Carvasin, corangin, nitradisc, duride, nitrocor, coronex, and others;
  • Anti-fungal drugs (ketoconazole and others);
  • Ulcers treatment medicine (cimetidine and others);
  • Prostrate drugs (flomax, cardura, norvir uroxatral, hitrin);
  • HIV/AIDS medicine (saquinavir, ritonavir, and others);
  • Some antibiotics (rifampicin, erythromycin, and others);
  • Recreational drugs with butyl nitrates or amyl;
  • Alpha-blocking medicines.

If you need to use a medicine along with Cialis Sublingual, consult your healthcare provider first.

Side Effects

Cialis Sublingual is a relatively safe medication; however, it can still cause a range of side effects. In order to eliminate the risk of them, it is important to take the drug according to the recommendations of a healthcare provider.

The following are some of the side effects that may be experienced (they are mild and usually discontinue soon);

  • Mild dizziness;
  • Redness;
  • Diarrhea;
  • Short-term loss of hearing;
  • Nasal congestion;

Unfortunately, serious side effects may also occur, though, they are not met commonly, including the following:

  • Severe headaches;
  • Nausea;
  • Vomiting;
  • Severe dizziness;
  • Shortness of breath;
  • Blurry vision;
  • Painful or long-lasting erection.

Serious side effects require urgent medical help.

How to Store the Drug?

Cialis Sublingual should be kept away from children. Store the medicine in a cool and dry place at 15°C-30°C.