The main use of Tadacip is to combat symptoms of erectile dysfunction in men. It is also prescribed to treat pulmonary arterial hypertension and benign prostatic hyperplasia.
Tadacip is used to help people with PAH to improve their capacity for aerobic exercise by relaxing the blood vessels in lung tissue, allowing oxygenated blood to flow better.
Tadacip works by blocking the production of the enzyme phosphodiesterase-5. This enzyme limits the flow of blood to the penile tissue or the other targeted tissue.
Blocking this enzyme serves to increase the supply of blood to the penis. This allows for erections to be achieved and maintained more easily.
Do not take Tadacip if you have a known allergy to the main ingredient in the medication, tadalafil.
Tell your doctor if you are going to take Tadacip and you are pregnant, plan on becoming pregnant, or have a newborn whom you are feeding breast milk to.
If you have a history of liver conditions, thyroid diseases, kidney problems, bladder infections and diabetes, tell your doctor.
If Tadacip is a part of your prescription, you must never give the pills in your bottle to anyone else, no matter how dire their need.
Keep in mind that Tadacip could impact your driving capabilities and cognitive senses. Your reactions may be slower than normal.
Never give your Tadacip pills to a child under the age of 18.
If you are taking Tadacip, avoid eating food products that have a high concentration of fat. Do not drink alcohol while using this medicine.
Always stick to the prescription your doctor has given to you. Do not change your dosage amount, and do not stop prematurely. Never take Tadacip for longer than your doctor prescribes.
Swallow the tablet whole and wash it down with a glass of water. Never crush, break or chew the tablet. Combine the medication with a balanced diet.
The Tadacip pill should be taken on an as needed basis. Take it at least one hour before any sexual engagements begin.
Missed doses and overdose
If you miss a dose, nothing is going to happen. Tadacip is taken when needed, no dosing schedule is involved.
If you overdose on Tadacip, call your local poison hotline and your doctor, along with emergency medical services.
Side effects of Tadacip include:
Nausea with vomiting
Abdominal and muscular pain
Blisters and skin peeling
Call your doctor immediately upon experiencing these side effects.
Do not take Tadacip with any other drug that contains tadalafil or another type of medication used to treat PAH or ED.
Do not take it if you are on antibiotics, antivirals, antifungals, pressure and seizure medication, medicine for prostate diseases and HIV medication.
If you experience an allergic reaction to the Tadacip, stop taking it immediately and call your healthcare provider.