What Are The Side Effects of Tadalafil

17 Feb

What Are The Side Effects of Tadalafil

Tadalafil, one of the most popular treatments for erectile dysfunction has been known to be well-tolerated by many men. An effective medicine belonging to the group of medicine called phosphodiesterase type 5 (PDE5), it has been studied for decades.

It works very similar to Sildenafil, where it relaxes and opens up blood vessels in the penis to allow easier blood flow when you are sexually aroused. Its results - a longer-lasting erection that is more stronger.

Similar to all medicines, Tadalafil can cause mild side effects in some males too. The most common that affect 1 in 10 patients, include:

  • headaches
  • muscle pain
  • general pain
  • nasal congestion
  • indigestion
  • flushing in the cheeks, where blood vessels become dilated under the skin. 

The more common side effects that affect a smaller proportion of patients (1 in 100 people) include feeling dizzy, chest pain, eye pain, dizziness, breath shortage, bleeding, acid reflux, high or low blood pressure, nausea, swelling, skin reactions, vision disorder, tinnitus and vomiting.

In summary, serious side effects are rare and so are reports of allergic reactions. If you have any existing medical conditions, then you need to be cautious about taking tadalafil. There are some conditions which make it unsuitable for patients to take Tadalafil, as they can have an adverse reaction. Always seek advice from your health professional or doctor if you are unsure. It is better to be safe, than dealing with adverse reactions from taking a new prescriptive drug.

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