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Impotence, or erectile dysfunction, is a common problem faced by many men these days, and the good news is that they can treat it. For example, Forzest, a drug made by Ranbaxy, can help you get and maintain an erection if you have the same problem. Keep in mind that it doesnt work as an aphrodisiac, and this means that you need to be sexually aroused to benefit from its intake. Its active ingredient is Tadalafil, as in other ED meds, and Forzest is considered to be a generic Cialis. It works by improving the blood flow into penile issues and relaxing muscles, thus, helping male patients get a stronger erection and maintain it for longer.
Your recommended dose is 10 mg that should be taken before your planned sexual activity either with or without food. If this dose doesnt provide you with the necessary effect, you can increase it up to 20 mg, but only after consulting your doctor. The good news is that Forzest, just like Cialis, can function for many hours, so you should remember this fact. Besides, its not allowed to take more than 1 pill per day, and daily use of this ED med is not recommended. For elder male patients, you may require dosage adjustment according to important factors, such as your current medical conditions.
Contraindications and Precautions
When taking Forzest, you should be equipped with the right knowledge about important precautions, such as the following:
1. Avoid driving a car because some men feel dizzy after taking it.
2. Dont drink grapefruit juice and dont eat grapefruits because they reduce the effectiveness of Tadalafil.
3. Discuss this ED treatment if you have specific heart problems and hypertension.
4. Dont use it if you have allergic reactions to its components.
5. Dont drink alcohol when taking your tablet.
What are its possible drug interactions?
1. Dont take other ED meds, such as Viagra, together with Forzest.
2. Antibiotics (erythromycin, clarithromycin, and others).
3. Anti-fungal drugs, including Ketoconazole.
4. Barbiturates (Solfoton).
5. Medications that treat prostate disorders and hypertension (Cardura, Hytrin, etc.).
6. Heart meds, such as verapamil, nicardipine and diltiazem.
7. AIDS and HIV medications (Prezista, Norvir, Lexira).
8. Seizure drugs (phenytoin, carbamazepine).
This list of meds is not complete, and this means that other drugs may interact with Forzest too. You always need to talk to your doctor to discuss possible contraindications and avoid side effects and dangerous results, even if youre taking only some vitamins and herbal supplements. Starting to take any new medication without informing your physician is a very bad idea because your health can be compromised.
Like all other available medicines, Forzest may cause certain adverse effects, and you dont have to worry about them because they are usually quite mild and moderate. The best thing is that they last for a few hours and pass after regular use. The most widespread side effects include upset stomach, headaches and face flushing.
Less common ones include changes in color vision, blurred vision and sensitive eyes, but they all are temporary. In very rare cases men report stiffness, and you need to inform your doctor as soon as you notice this symptom, especially if it doesnt pass after a few hours. Finally, if you have itching, swelling, rash, coughing, breathing difficulties and other similar symptoms, this means that you have an allergic reaction to Forzest and you need to go to a hospital immediately.
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