Precautions and Warnings for Tadalafil

Among the people who should not take tadalafil are those who are allergic to tadalafil or any of its inactive components and those taking a nitrate for angina. Also, problems with the heart, brain, and blood vessels can occur in some people taking tadalafil. A few other precautions and warnings for tadalafil include potential drug interactions, conditions to let your healthcare provider know about before you take tadalafil (including liver disease or failure), and the risk of a prolonged and sometimes painful erection (lasting longer than four hours) in some people taking this medicine.

What Should I Tell My Doctor?

Prior to taking tadalafil (Cialis®), you should tell your doctor if you have:
 
Also, tell your healthcare provider about all the medicines you are taking, including prescription and non-prescription medicines, antacids, vitamins, and herbal supplements.
 
(Please note that this article refers specifically to Cialis, the original tadalafil product that is approved for treating erectile dysfunction and enlarged prostate symptoms. For information about the tadalafil product used to treat pulmonary arterial hypertension, please see Adcirca Warnings and Precautions.)
 
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