Cialis (tadalafil) is one of the most popular medicines prescribed for the treatment of erectile dysfunction. This health condition can be temporary or permanent and can be only treated, but not cured, by taking Cialis. If you are taking Cialis you are not supposed to use any other medicines intended for the treatment of erectile dysfunction. It's impossible to predict which side effects the patient will experience, but there are some most common ones that can be reported, including flushing, diarrhea, indigestion, muscle pain, and cough. Unless these mild side effects prevent you from doing your everyday tasks they are not supposed to be reported to your health care provider. Stop taking Cialis and consult your health care provider immediately if after taking this medicine you experience rash, ringing in the ears, blurred vision, dizziness, or hives.
Seek emergency medical assistance if you have sudden decrease in hearing, sudden decrease in vision and erection lasting for longer than 4 hours, as these conditions can lead to serious and permanent health effects. If you have a reason to believe you or someone else have taken too much of Cialis seek emergency medical assistance for yourself or that person. The following symptoms may indicate you have overdosed: heartburn, indigestion, runny or stuffy nose, priapism (prolonged and painful erection), flushing, pain in the back or in the muscles and some others. As you can see the symptoms are very similar to the mild side effects that are sometimes reported. Make sure you take the exact dosage recommended and watch for any new symptoms to get timely medical help if needed.