What do you understand about drug Tadalafil oral jelly?
Tadalafil belongs to PDE5 inhibitor class. PDE5 results in breakdown of cGMP that results in less or no erection. cGMP is used for vasodilation of penile vessels. After preventing activity of PDE5, there is acceleration of cGMP number in penile causing vasodilation of penile vessels. With vasodilation, the blood flows speedily towards penile region causing a harder erection. A penile with full erection is required for intercourse. Tadalafil will show its affect only when you are sexually aroused.
What is the dosage instruction of Tadalafil oral jelly?
In case you are suffering from erection failure, use 20 mg Tadalafil oral jelly one sachet before 15 minutes of intimate sessions. You can consume it without or with a low-fat meal. The action happens in about 30 to 45 minutes and the affect remains for greater than 36 hours. It is must to maintain a gap of two to three days between any two doses.
What are contradictory measures with Tadalafil oral jelly?
- You should not ingest Tadalafil oral jelly in case of hypersensitive reaction with this drug.
- Taking nitrate drugs or poppers with Tadalafil oral jelly will bring down your blood pressure so you should never use nitrate-containing drugs such as nitroglycerine, isosorbide mononitrate, or poppers.
What are the safety measures to follow with Tadalafil oral jelly?
- With the use of Tadalafil oral jelly, you may feel pain during an erection or may be the time of your erection is greater than 4 hours so tell your doctor about it.
- Avoid drinks like alcohol, grapefruit juice with Tadalafil oral jelly.
- In any medical conditions such as bleeding disorder, angina, retinitis pigmentosa, a blood disorder, heart attack, stomach ulcer, and physical deformity of penile, do ask your doctor before its use.
- Restrict from the ingestion of any other ED drug when you are taking Tadalafil.
What are the harmful effects with Tadalafil oral jelly?
Some after math with the use of Tadalafil are irregular heartbeat, seizure, headache, shortness of breath, muscle pain, lightheaded feeling, longer or painful erection, and swelling of hands or feet.