Tadacip is a Tadalafil-based medication used to treat erectile dysfunction in men. It is a PDE-5 inhibitor that works by improving the blood circulation in the penile area, therefore, enabling your body to experience a natural reaction to sexual stimulus – erection. This medication can also be used for pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH) and benign prostatic hyperplasia therapy.
There are many pros to this kind of anti-ED therapy. Many people see this particular drug as a major improvement based on the well-known formula that is slowly but surely becoming obsolete. There are many explanations for this drug’s soaring popularity – it doesn’t affect the sperm quality, it has a smaller list of possible side-effects, it has minor alcohol interactions, so you can allow yourself a glass of wine, etc. Minor pros aside, there are two things that make this drug extra-popular.
The first one being its price. Many people prefer their anti-ED treatments to also be easy on the wallet. It is understandable because the drug in question might not even work for them. This medication is relatively cheap, and you can safely purchase it over the internet, eliminating the need to go to the pharmacy and have a mildly humiliating conversation.
The second reason is this drug’s effectiveness. It just works, plain and simple. Unlike many other alternatives, you can take this one every single day, eliminating the need to plan sex in advance. This drug’s beneficial effects last up to 36 hours.
While beginning a treatment, you must always take many factors into consideration. You must definitely consult your healthcare specialist and ask whether it’s okay or not for you to undergo this therapy. Never begin the therapy if you were told not to. You mustn’t take Tadacip if:
- You are at a higher risk of severe allergic reaction to tadalafil/any inactive ingredients of this pill.
- Have previous history of cardiovascular issues, including arrhythmia, angina and congestive heart failure.
- Have previous/underlying/current issues with your kidneys and/or liver.
- Have ever suffered from hypertension or hypotension.
- Have birth defects or any other issues with your penis, including Peyronie’s diseases, phimosis, and angulation.
- Have ever had issues with prolonged/painful erections.
- Have blood diseases, including sickle cell disease and plasma cell myeloma.
- Have issues with your eyes.
- Have bleeding disorders.
- Have active gastric ulcers.
The above list is not 100% exhaustive and you need to undergo a complete medical examination before you start taking this drug. If you can’t do that, you must still share your previous medical history with your MD.
How to Take
Tadacip is taken by mouth. This pill is not meant to be chewed, crushed or broken. You must swallow it a whole. There are two entirely different ways of taking this drug – “as needed” and daily. Food timing is not important either way.
The first method requires you to take this pill before sex. On average, patients take this drug approximately 25-35 minutes before the scheduled sexual contact. You are required to take a 36-hour break every time you use this pill.
The second method requires you to take this drug every single day. You must take one 5 milligram tablet every 24 hours. This way of treating ED seems to be more popular with the patients because it eliminates the need to “plan” sexual contact well in advance.
There are several options available: 2.5-milligram tablets, 5-milligram tablets, 10-milligram tablets and 20-milligram tablets. The max possible dose is 20 milligrams taken once in the span of 36 hours.
Your starting dosage will depend heavily on your age, overall well-being level, and your PMH. There are also major differences based on what kind of treatment you will ultimately prefer. If you need some averages, the 10-milligram dose is the most popular beginner dose.
It can either be upped to 20 milligrams or lowered to 2.5 or 5 milligrams, based on your body’s response to the treatment.
Even though Tadacip is renowned for its safeness, there are still some unwanted responses you may encounter if your dosage is off. There are many possible reasons for painful responses, including interactions and your genetic predisposal. There is more information in regards to that on this very page. Here are some of the most prevalent unwanted responses encounter by the people taking this drug:
- Temporary headaches;
- Slight nausea;
- Lower back pain;
- Smarting in eyes.
It should be noted that although they are “prevalent”, they occur in <0.1 of cases. Here are some of the side-effects that occur in <0.01 of cases, i.e. are uncommon:
- Nasal congestion;
- Decreased eyesight;
- Prolonged/painful erections;
- Muscle pain.
If you happen to encounter any of the above-mentioned symptoms, you must immediately get in touch with your healthcare specialist. The above list is not exhaustive, so if you happen to encounter anything out of the ordinary – you must still contact your MD.
If you ever happen to miss a dose while taking this medication, do not worry. You can skip this pill whenever you feel like without any serious consequences. You are strongly advised to just wait until the next planned dose. Your best course of action is, obviously, getting in touch with your MD.
You must be careful while taking a medication with such strong potency. In order to avoid an overdose, you must never take more than suggested by your MD. Your MD is the one who’s going to figure out the best possible dosage for you, based on your age, overall health, and various other factors.
You must never take Tadacip more frequently than prescribed, this also leads to an overdose. The symptoms of an overdose include the more severe versions of the side-effects mentioned above, including extreme lightheadedness and fainting. If you ever suspect an overdose, you must immediately contact your nearest healthcare center or just call 911. You will require urgent medical attention.
Some other medications can interfere with this drug’s intended effects. They might either significantly slow them down or they might increase your chances of suffering an adverse reaction to the drug. You must be careful while undergoing any kind of medical treatment. Here’s the incomplete list of meds that interact with Tadacip:
- Various anti-ED pills, namely Cialis and Levitra.
- Nitrates, i.e. medications used for angina treatment.
- Alkyl nitrites (“poppers”), i.e. drugs containing amyl, butyl or isobutyl nitrite.
- Alpha-blockers, namely prazosin, indoramin, doxazosin, terazosin, alfuzosin, tamsulosin.
- Antifungal agents, namely ketoconazole, voriconazole, itraconazole, telithromycin, clarithromycin, saquinavir, nefazodone, erythromycin, diltiazem, fluconazole, verapamil, cimetidine, ranitidine, roxithromycin, fluvoxamine, among many others.
- Antibacterials, namely ketolide, azithromycin, erythromycin, clarithromycin, telithromycin, roxithromycin, and cethromycin.
- Protease inhibitors used to treat AIDS, namely amprenavir, atazanavir, indinavir, lopinavir, nelfinavir, ritonavir, saquinavir, efavirenz, and nevirapine.
- Hepatitis C medicines, namely ribavirin, and telaprevir.
The above list is not 100% comprehensive and, in order to ensure your own safety, you must make a list specifying all the healthcare products you are currently using (including OTC meds, prescription meds, and herbals) and hand it to your MD.
There are two types of foods you need to avoid while taking this medication.
1. Grapefruits/grapefruit juice. This type of food may put you at risk for unwanted responses and may possibly delay the effect of this tablet. You are strongly advised to avoid grapefruits and grapefruit-based products for the duration of the treatment. You can still consume similar fruits because they do not interact with this particular medication at all.
2. Fatty foods. On average, there’s a possibility of foods with high fat content slowing down the effect of the treatment which, in turn, disrupts the intended 36-hour circle and that could lead to some serious consequences, including an overdose. You must talk to your MD in regards to your diet before you commit to this type of anti-ED therapy.
Tadacip is relatively safe when it comes to liquor consumption. You can safely drink in moderation while taking this medication. Regardless, you still need to know that liquor and this drug, when taken together, they can seriously affect your blood pressure. They are both vasodilators, which means you might possibly experience a BP drop and severe lightheadedness, nausea and maybe even fainting. Those were the risks of moderate liquor consumption. If you happen to drink excessively while taking this drug, you are likely to experience arrhythmia and pounding headaches. Some patient testimonies also mention that drinking may nullify the drug’s effect. It is strongly suggested to avoid alcohol altogether while taking this medication, but the chances are – one/two glasses won’t do you any harm.
- This drug is made by an Indian pharma company called Cipla Limited.
- You must only buy this medication from reputable sources, including online pharmacies.
- This drug was approved in India, USA, Europe, and Japan.
- This drug must be stored at room temperature, somewhere between 60-87F. You need to keep it away from direct sunlight and moisture. Make sure it is inaccessible to children and pets.
- In order for this medication to work, sexual stimulation is required.
- It is unknown whether this pill crosses into breast milk.
- There’s no risk of developing an addiction.
- This medication was not intended for use in women, therefore its effects on the unborn baby are unclear.
You must avoid driving and/or operating heavy machinery while taking this medication. There are enough patients reporting that they feel lightheaded, sleepy or exhausted. You cannot perform tasks that require alertness until you figure out your body’s response.
After dabbing with Viagra and dealing with some serious adverse effects (namely – straight-up fainting), I have decided to give Tadacip a go. My MD was adamant about it, so I figured what the hell, it’s probably pretty safe to use. Believe it or not, at the age of 62, I have finally found a game-changer. I have no issues with maintaining an erection, I have no issues with “getting hard”, so to speak. It is incredibly cheap, it is incredibly efficient, and I have not encountered any setbacks to this very day.
First off – wow, great site, I have read all the comments before I decided to give Tadacip a try. Thanks for convincing me, guys! So, my overall health level is not what it used to be, I only have one kidney, I’m old and wrinkly. I figured that my ED needs some kind of treatment, because I lost all the libido I had. My relationships with the wife became kind of strained, obviously enough. To make a long story short – this medication works, great work by the Indian folks who came up with the formula.
Amazing! What else can you say about a drug that changed your life? I had some serious issues maintaining an erection, so it took all the fun out of my sex life. The 20mg Tadcaip treatment gave me some incredible results that lasted up to 48 hours. I felt like I was at the peak of my sexuality once again. Had a lot of fun with my partner, decided to lower the dosage. It’s not as crazy as the 20mg one, but I still have non-stop hard-ons. And that just has to count for something, right?
My story is a huge bummer. I’ve struggled with ED ever since my early twenties. Before you ask, no I’m not a fatty neither I am unhealthy. That’s the same stupid friggin’ question I get from the doctors. Finally found I good one, he recommended me Tadacip. I was both desperate and curious, so I decided to give it a shot. Viagra didn’t help at all, but for some inexplicable reason, this cheap-as-dirt medication made by INDIANS gave me awesome erections and boosted my performance. I’m happy, but I’m also shocked.