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What Are The Side Effects of Tadalafil?
Tadalafil is an erectile dysfunction (ED) medication that is safe and effective. Tadalafil works by increasing blood flow to your penis to help you get or maintain an erection. This means you might have some side effects when taking tadalafil, especially if it’s your first time.
The side effects of tadalafil do not affect everyone. Some side effects are less common than others. In general, tadalafil’s side effects tend to be mild and will ease with time. The most common side effects include headaches and indigestion, or heartburn.
If the side effects of tadalafil persist for more than a few hours or if you cannot tolerate the effects, speak to your doctor. They may suggest switching to another ED medication.
What side effects can tadalafil give me?
Tadalafil can give you side effects that are connected to your blood vessels. This is because it works to increase blood flow to the blood vessels in your penis. Tadalafil is part of a group of medicines called phosphodiesterase type-5 (PDE5) inhibitors.
When you are sexually stimulated, the nerves in your penis will release a certain chemical. This chemical allows blood to flow into your penis and cause an erection. Tadalafil works by making sure this chemical stays in the blood for longer. This leads to an erection that lasts long enough for you to have sex.
Although tadalafil works specifically on the nerves in your penis, it can affect blood vessels all over your body. This may lead to side effects that are common or rare. See below to find out more.
Most common side effects.
The most common side effects of tadalafil include:
Less common side effects.
Some less common side effects of tadalafil include:
dizziness feeling sick or being sick acid reflux prolonged erection a fast heart rate where you can feel your heartbeat blood pressure changes nosebleeds swelling of the hands or body tiredness.
Both common and uncommon side effects of tadalafil should disappear within a few hours once the medicine has been cleared from your body.
Rare side effects.
Rare side effects happen to very few people. If 2000 people took tadalafil, only 1 or 2 people would experience these rare side effects. This means it’s very unlikely that you’ll get a rare side effect.
Some rare side effects of tadalafil are:
fainting seizures swelling of the eyelids hearing problems skin rashes penile bleeding blood in semen increased sweating.
Some side effects are serious and require medical care. Though they’re less common, you should stop taking tadalafil and contact 999 right away if you have:
an allergic reaction (including rashes) chest pain ­priapism (a prolonged erection that occurs without sexual stimulation) loss of vision.
If you have chest pain when taking tadalafil do not take any medications containing nitrates. This includes glyceryl trinitrate (GTN) spray or isosorbide mononitrate tablets. Nitrates can cause a sharp drop in blood pressure if you take them with PDE5 inhibitors like tadalafil.
For a full list of side effects, you can read the patient information leaflet that comes in your pack of tadalafil.
Does tadalafil have any long term side effects?
Tadalafil is not likely to have long term side effects. But after long term use , it may become less effective. This may be because of:
If tadalafil becomes less effective you can safely switch to another medication. Speak to a healthcare professional who can recommend a different medication for you.
Am I likely to get side effects from tadalafil?
You will not necessarily get side effects when you take tadalafil. Some side effects are more common than others which means you might be more likely to have them. While these side effects may not be pleasant, they usually clear up after a couple of hours.
If you take any medications that cause a similar effect to the side effects of tadalafil, it might make it more likely that you’ll have them. For example, if you take blood pressure medication, like doxazosin, you might feel dizzy after taking tadalafil. This is because PDE5 inhibitors can lower your blood pressure as well.
Remember that tadalafil stays in your body for around 36 hours (or a day and a half). Due to this, you might feel side effects for a little longer than you might expect. This is because it takes time for your body to eventually clear the medication. Other ED medications will stay in your body for a shorter period of time, like Levitra or Viagra.
While most ED medications work in a similar way, your body may tolerate each one differently. For example, if you get side effects from tadalafil, you may not experience any with sildenafil.
Tips for avoiding side effects when taking tadalafil.
You can avoid getting side effects from tadalafil by taking it as directed by your doctor. What you eat and drink can affect how tadalafil works in your body too. Remember that not everyone gets side effects and they are normally short lived.
1. Only take tadalafil as directed by your doctor.
Take tadalafil as directed by your doctor, as it is available in different strengths.
take 1 tadalafil tablet 30 minutes before you want to have sex swallow the pill whole with water avoid drinking too much alcohol when taking tadalafil.
You’ll need to be sexually stimulated for tadalafil to work.
Tadalafil is available as a 10mg or 20mg tablet. The amount you take will depend on what your doctor decides is suitable for you. That will be based on your current health and any other medications you take. If you get persistent side effects on your current dose of tadalafil, speak to your doctor. They may suggest reducing the dose to a lower strength tablet.
You should take tadalafil before you plan on having sex and only a maximum of once per day. You should not use tadalafil 10mg or 20mg tablets daily as this can cause serious side effects.
If you prefer a tablet that you can take every day, you can request Cialis Daily from ZAVA. Cialis is the brand name for tadalafil and Cialis Daily is available as 2.5mg or 5mg tablets. You take Cialis Daily once a day and it might be suitable for you if you want to avoid side effects or have sex more often.
2. Inform your doctor of all medications and medical conditions.
You should also let your doctor or pharmacist know if you are taking any medications or have any pre existing health conditions . They can check if tadalafil is suitable for you or if it interacts with any of your current medications.
heart problems blood pressure conditions eye disease sickle cell anaemia cancers including multiple myeloma and leukaemia deformation of your penis ­liver problems kidney problems.
Tell your doctor or pharmacist if you are taking:
bosentan nitrates alpha blockers such as doxazosin treatment for high blood pressure riociguat antifungal medication such as itraconazole treatments for HIV such as ritonavir epilepsy medications such as carbamazepine or phenytoin antibiotics such as rifampicin, erythromycin or clarithromycin other treatments for erectile dysfunction.
If you take any of these medications, your doctor may suggest alternative ED treatment, or may ask you to have regular checkups while you’re using tadalafil.
3. Avoid grapefruit and grapefruit juice.
You should avoid grapefruit and grapefruit juice when taking tadalafil. Grapefruit and grapefruit juice affect the breakdown of tadalafil, as well as other medicines you might be taking.
4. Avoid high fat content foods and heavy meals.
High fat foods and heavy meals may mean that less tadalafil is absorbed by your body. This may decrease the effectiveness of tadalafil. So it’s a good idea to avoid high fat foods and heavy meals around 4 hours before taking tadalafil.
5. Don’t drink alcoholic beverages.
Alcohol can affect your blood pressure and how your nerves work. This can make it difficult for you to get or maintain an erection. Try to limit your intake of alcohol to avoid side effects like dizziness, and to give yourself the best possible chance of keeping your erection. Avoid drinking alcohol within a few hours of taking tadalafil.

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