How to Pick the Right Cialis Dosage?

How many Cialis pills can a man take a day? How effective will the treatment be? These questions can only be answered to a physician!

Even though there are certain recommended Cialis doses, men who truly care about their health should go through a health examination by a physician before deciding to take Cialis and picking the correct dose.
In most cases, the recommended dose will be prescribed by a doctor based on the medical conditions a man has and the medications he is on.

However, if you want to know make sure that the dose your doctor prescribed is not too big or too small, you might want to know what many other men are taking.

Usually, ED patients start with 10 mg of Cialis. Pills are available in 2.5 mg, 5 mg, 10 mg and 20 mg. The 2.5 and 5 mg doses are believed to be everyday Cialis options, whereas 10 and 20 mg - are considered to be the "weekend" options.

The drug should be taken 1 hour prior to sexual activity. No more than 1 dose is allowed every 24 hours unless you are choosing the "weekend" option. In that case, no more than 1 dose is allowed every 36 hours or as prescribed by a doctor. It is important to remember that prolonged erection, which is sometimes caused by Cialis, is dangerous and is a medical condition you should avoid. Should it happen to you, immediately consult a doctor to adjust the Cialis dosage.

Be sure to let your doctor know everything about the medications you are on and the diseases you have. For example, men with kidney and liver problems are not allowed to take more than 10 mg of Cialis every 48 hours or even 5 mg of Cialis every 72 hours in severe cases. In some cases Cialis and other ED pills cannot be used by men at all.

 
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