The Side Effects of Tadalafil
Tadalafil is used to treat erectile dysfunction (ED) and lower-back pain. It also works to make the penis larger.
There are two types of Tadalafil, ones that are taken orally, and those that are absorbed through the skin. They can be taken in conjunction with each other or alone. It’s always best to take them at the same time.
These days there is Tadalafil that comes with an added ingredient called Actonel. It’s meant to have an increased potency. There is also an oral version called Tadalafil XR.
When it comes to potency, a higher dosage of Tadalafil will produce a higher effect. However, the main reason for using the drug is due to the increase in the size of the penis.
Some men might experience side effects after using Tadalafil. These include lightheadedness, blurred vision, dry mouth, nausea, and sexual problems. These might occur with any medication.
These symptoms may last for some time. However, they usually pass after some time. In some cases, these side effects are temporary and should disappear after stopping the medication.
However, these side effects are more serious when they occur during sexual intercourse. A man may experience blood in the semen or a whitish-yellow discharge from the penis. This is called priapism.
This side effect may last for some time. But it only lasts until the hormones associated with male puberty are no longer present. When this happens, priapism disappears as well.
You may notice a higher level of blood pressure after taking Tadalafil. However, this is not considered a serious problem. In order to prevent this, you may need to take lower dosages of the drug.
If you are suffering from hypertension, it may cause some problems. However, this is rare. Your doctor will be able to tell you if your hypertension increases after taking Tadalafil.