Cialis dosage and administration

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Cialis is available in the dosage form of tablets produced in 4 strengths. The tablets of different dosage (2.5 mg, 5 mg, 10 mg, and 20 mg) differ in color and size. Only a doctor is competent to appoint the right individual dose for each patient.

Cialis for the treatment of ED in adult patients is administered in two ways: Cialis for use as needed and Cialis for once daily use.

Cialis for use as needed is administered in the dose of 10 mg. The dose can be changed if necessary. The medication should be taken only once in 24 hour-period. Still some patients may need to wait up to 72 hours before taking the other dose of Cialis. Cialis effect can last up to 36 hours, watch for your individual response to Cialis therapy and discuss with your doctor the frequency of Cialis usage.

Cialis for once daily use is administered in the dose of 2.5mg or 5 mg.

Cialis dose for the treatment of Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) is 5 mg taken each day of the treatment. The treatment period is determined by your doctor.

Patients with ED and BPH are prescribed 5 mg Cialis tablets. The treatment requires taking the medication each day without regard of sexual activity.

Cialis can be taken with food or without it. Take the tablet with water. Avoid drinking alcohol if possible. Ask your doctor what amount of alcohol you may drink to prevent the development of unpleasant side effects. You should discuss with your doctor the possibility of using grapefruit products during the treatment with Cialis.

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