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When choosing an erectile dysfunction treatment, tadalafil reviews can help potential users to gain a firsthand insight into how existing users rate tadalafil.

Tadalafil Reviews: How Customers Rate It

Also known as generic Cialis, or the weekend pill, tadalafil is a popular alternative to Cialis. Like sildenafil, the generic form of Viagra, tadalafil offers a more affordable option to treat ED.

When choosing an erectile dysfunction treatment, tadalafil reviews can help potential users to gain a firsthand insight into how existing users rate tadalafil.

To get the answers, it’s important to look at what real-world users have to say about the results. Studies show that tadalafil works, but by exploring tadalafil reviews, you can get a better idea of what to expect if you are considering tadalafil tablets for erectile dysfunction.

We’ve put together an overview of what the reviews say and how tadalafil stacks up against other treatment options for ED. We have included tadalafil reviews from Trustpilot, an independent, non-biased platform. All reviews, whether they are positive or negative, are published.

What is tadalafil?

Tadalafil is an ED tablet used to treat impotence. It belongs to a class of drugs known as phosphodiesterase type-5 (PDE-5) inhibitors. They work by blocking the action of the enzyme PDE-5, which breaks down another substance – cGMP.

cGMP helps to relax smooth muscles by encouraging blood vessels to widen and increasing blood circulation. You need enough of this substance within the smooth muscles of the penis to get an erection. By blocking PDE-5, tadalafil ensures there’s enough cGMP present to encourage blood to flow to your penis when you are sexually aroused. As a result, you are able to achieve and maintain and erection.

How long does tadalafil last?

Tadalafil tablets can work for up to 36 hours. This means you can take one dose, and the results will last for the next day or two. This is why tadalafil and Cialis are sometimes known as “the weekend pill.”

To get these long-lasting results, your doctor or pharmacist will recommend the appropriate tadalafil dose – 10mg or 20mg.

You can also use a 2.5mg or 5mg tablet, also known as ‘tadalafil daily’. A tablet is taken once a day, and has a continuous effect, so there is no need to schedule doses. These smaller daily doses are intended to help you get an erection, without needing to worry about taking a tablet.

Reviews of Cialis

See Trustpilot reviews from Superdrug Online Doctor’s Cialis users

Reviews of Cialis

See Trustpilot reviews from Superdrug Online Doctor’s Cialis users

“As long as a doctor has approved treatment for you, Cialis is a safe and effective medication for most men.” – Dr Zenon Andreou

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Dr Zenon Andreou

“As long as a doctor has approved treatment for you, Cialis is a safe and effective medication for most men.”

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Below are Trustpilot reviews from patients who’ve ordered Cialis from Superdrug Online Doctor. You can see even more reviews of Cialis treatment for erectile dysfunction at drugs.com.

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    What Are the Reviews of Cialis?

    Pack of Cialis reviewed for the UK market

    Cialis is a well-known and popular treatment for erectile dysfunction. Although it’s popular, there’s more to look at with reviews of Cialis to decide if it’s a good choice. There are things to consider like how effective it is, how long it works for, what the side effects might be, whether there are daily or generic options, and so on. Make sure you’ve covered all the key points before you pick Cialis as your treatment.

    What do reviews of Cialis show?

    • Headache – the majority of headaches that men may experience with once-a-day dosing are usually within the first 10 to 30 days of treatment
    • Indigestion
    • Back pain
    • Muscle pain
    • Flushing
    • Nasal congestion

    Clinical reviews – Cialis has been proven to be safe in many large clinical trials and has been licensed in the UK for 15 years.

    What are the pros and cons?

    As with all medicines there are both advantages and disadvantages to taking them. There are a number of pros in taking Cialis, but you should consider both the pros and cons before deciding.

    • It is a safe and established treatment for ED
    • Is available in four different dosages (2.5mg, 5mg, 10mg or 20mg)
    • It works fast, often within 20 to 30 minutes
    • You can take it daily or when needed for ED
    • It is the longest acting PDE-5 inhibitor with effects lasting between 17 – 36 hours.
    • Food does not affect the activity of Cialis
    • Cialis has a comparable effectiveness to Viagra, which is the most established treatment of ED.
    • Tadalafil is available on prescription as a cheaper generic alternative to Cialis
    • It’s only available on prescription, whereas a 50mg dosage of Viagra has recently been made available over the counter – called Viagra Connect
    • Because it lasts longer, it may have the potential to cause more side effects and drug interactions
    • It may have a higher incidence of side effects such as muscle or back pain, but the incidence of other side effects may be lower
    • As with other PDE-5 inhibitors, too much alcohol may cause dizziness and low blood pressure

    How does Cialis compare against other treatments?

    Other PDE-5 inhibitors – all PDE-5 inhibitors work in the same way but there are small differences between them in how long their effect lasts, their effectiveness and side effects. These differences can help you decide if Cialis is suitable for you and your lifestyle:

    • Duration – one of the biggest advantages of Cialis is that it has the longest duration of action in comparison to the other PDE-5 inhibitors. This allows for you to be more spontaneous in having sex as you have a larger window of opportunity in which to attempt it. Cialis is sometimes called the ‘weekend pill’ because of its long duration of action
    • Effectiveness – Viagra and Cialis have a similar reported effectiveness. Viagra has a slightly higher reported effectiveness of up to 84%, but this is still comparable to Cialis. Levitra is reported to be up to 65% and avanafil is up to 59%. Viagra and Levitra last for 4 to 5 hours and avanafil for 17 to 36 hours
    • Daily option – Cialis can be prescribed once daily or when needed before sex, whereas the other PDE-5 inhibitors are licensed for when needed. Dosages for once daily use are either 2.5mg or 5mg and are usually prescribed if you plan to have sex more than twice a week
    • Effect of food – the activity of Cialis is not affected by food, whereas the activity of the other PDE-5 inhibitors is affected, especially after high fat meals
    • Time to take effect – Cialis and Spedra tend to start working more quickly than Viagra or Levitra, which means that you do not have to plan sex as long in advance

    Other medications – other medicines that work in a different way to PDE-5 inhibitors to treat ED are:

    • Alprostadil – available as a cream or injection. Alprostadil is prescribed as a second-line treatment for ED and can also be used to diagnose it. Its effectiveness is between 70 to 80%. Alprostadil is not intended to be used with other medications for ED, although there have been some clinical studies of using it as a combination therapy
    • Aviptadil with Phentolamine mesilate – available as an injection. Aviptadil with phentolamine mesilate is usually prescribed as a third-line treatment in men who have not responded to PDE-5 inhibitors or alprostadil. Response rates range between 66% to 75%. It only works for up to an hour, which is much shorter in comparison to Cialis

    Lifestyle changes – ED usually responds well to a combination of lifestyle changes and medication. If applicable, it is important for you to lose weight, to quit smoking, avoid excess alcohol and to exercise regularly. Realistically, lifestyle changes happen over a longer period of time. They help manage ED and other conditions that can contribute to ED such as heart disease, obesity, and diabetes. Medicines such as Cialis are taken to dramatically improve symptoms in the short term and should be used alongside lifestyle changes for the best effect.

    Counselling – emotional problems can also cause ED and can be treated successfully with counselling, sex therapy or CBT (cognitive behavioural therapy). There is usually a long wait for these services on the NHS but you can pay privately to see a therapist. Cialis is available on the NHS and privately. Response to counselling is over a longer period of time in comparison to taking medicines. Although, medicines such as Cialis can offer short term treatment, it is important to address any underlying emotional causes.

    Devices – vacuum pumps (penis pumps) work by encouraging blood flow to the penis. Studies indicate that they are between 50 – 80% effective. The pump works for around 30 minutes so it has a much shorter duration of action in comparison to Cialis. They are not readily available on the NHS but do still speak to your doctor if you think a pump might be right for you. Some pumps can be available without a prescription, unlike Cialis. There is less risk of side effects in comparison to Cialis and it may be a suitable option if you are unable to take Cialis or prefer a non-drug treatment.

    Natural/herbal alternatives – natural or herbal medicines may interact with other medicines prescribed for you. You should always check with your doctor or pharmacist if it is safe for you to take, especially if you have another medical condition. You should always use registered and licensed herbal medicines, which are identified by the Traditional Herbal Registration scheme (THS) logo or the product licence (PL) number. No herbal alternatives to Cialis have been proven to work and none of them are licensed to treat ED. Natural remedies include:

    User Reviews for Cialis oral

    Comments & ratings on the side effects, benefits, and effectiveness of Cialis oral .

    • Inability to have an Erection (317 reviews)
    • Other (64 reviews)
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    Effectiveness

    Ease of Use

    Satisfaction

    Most voted positive review

    For a year or so I was having erections that were either not hard enough for penetration or faded too soon. Cialis solved the problem. Really great results. Within an hour of taking a 10mg tablet I can be very hard and not have to worry about losing it. We’re enjoying extended sex again. Maybe because I’m staying very hard, my orgasms and ejaculation are much more intense.

    Most voted negative review

    total waste of money; with T levels around 600 at age 49, in good health it should have done SOMETHING pure junk

    Shared reviews and ratings

    It was wonderful and I highly recommend it. Finally my husband was solid and lasted hours.. haven’t felt raw in a while

    I don’t have any problem obtaining an erection; however, my problem was sustaining it. Once I got hard, I had to get straight to business or within a few minutes it would deflate. If it wasn’t all over in roughly ten minutes, it was finished anyway because my junk was useless; which wasn’t fair on my partners. I had a consultation with an online Doctor who prescribed 10mg as needed; however I went against my Doctor’s advice and took 2.5mg daily (which I was later informed was fine as the dr ug may need to be adjusted to suit your tolerance and your sexual activity). I wanted my body to get use to the medications first. I have continued to take 2.5mg daily and if I know I may have a sexual encounter, I take 5mg. No side effects what-so-ever on this dose; however I went to an orgy one night so took 10mg and experienced some facial flushing and felt hot; which didn’t bother me. End result; 2.5mg daily and 5mg for sexual encounters works well for me; however now I have the opposite problem it takes me some time to ejaculate. well it’s not really a problem, however if I want a quickie, it can take some time to blow. Still, fair trade off and it actually works in my favour most of the time. Bottom line; we all react differently to medication so you may have to play around with the dose until you find what best works for you, under medical advice of course. Read More Read Less