Sandoz Tadalafil is used to treat erectile dysfunction and impotence and contains the active ingredient tadalafil. This substance has been proven to significantly improve the ability to obtain an erection by helping the blood vessels in the penis to relax, allowing the blood to flow easier.
You should always take the medicine as instructed to do so by the doctor. The tablet should be taken with water half an hour prior to sexual intercourse and should not be taken more than once within 24 hours. Tadalafil will only work with sexual stimulation and will not work effectively without this.
Tadalafil should not be used if you experience any of the following,
- If you are allergic to Tadalafil
- If you are taking any form of nitrate or nitric oxide
- If you have a serious heart disease or have had a heart attack within the last 90 days
- If you have experienced a stroke within the last 6 months
- Suffer from low blood pressure or have uncontrolled high blood pressure
- Have ever experienced loss of vision
- If you are taking riociguat
You are able to view the full list with all details in the medical leaflet supplied.
When taking Sandoz Tadalafil, you should be aware of the following possible symptoms that can be common,
- Back pain
- Muscle aches
- Pain in arms and legs
- Facial flushing
- Nasal congestion
The following are symptoms that are not as common, but can still occur,
- Stomach pain
- Acid reflux
- Blurred vision
- Eye pain
- Difficulty breathing
- Pounding heartbeat
- High blood pressure
- Increased heart rate
- Low blood pressure
Please see the medical leaflet for the entire list and details of both common and uncommon side effects. You should seek medical advice if any symptoms occur that are a cause for concern.
Sandoz should not be taken by women. The price shown is for 4 tablets. Sandoz Tadalafil can be bought online from PharmacyDirectGB and is UK sourced.
If you do not have a private prescription choose "supply me with a valid prescription" to add with an online consultation. The dosage will be determined by a doctor.