Tadarise Oral Jelly
Summary: Tadarise Oral Jelly is a fruit-flavored jelly used for the treatment of erectile dysfunction in men. The Tadarise oral jelly contains 20 mg of the active ingredient tadalafil which dilates the blood vessels, relaxes the muscles, and improves the blood flow in the genitals. Tadarise oral Jelly works best when taken at least 30 minutes before the sexual activity.
Tadarise Oral Jelly is a fruit-flavored jelly used for the treatment of erectile dysfunction in men. This jelly is perfect for men who find it hard to take pills. The Tadarise jelly contains 20 mg of the active ingredient tadalafil which mixes into the blood streams and dilates the blood vessels, relaxes the muscles, and improves the blood flow to the body parts. This drug works by preventing the action of the enzyme phosphodiesterase-5 and increasing the activity of cGMP (Cyclic Guanosine Monophosphate). One Tadarise jelly is enough to help you get and maintain an erection long enough for satisfying sexual intercourse. The drug will only assist in the process of erection, but sexual stimulation is needed to show its effects.
How to Take
Tadarise oral Jelly should be taken with or without food. The doctor may recommend taking Tadarise oral Jelly either as needed or once a day every day. If you would need to take this medication daily, then your doctor might prescribe a lower dose of 2.5 to 5 mg. If Tadarise is to be taken only when needed, the doctor would likely recommend a higher dose. In any case, it should not be taken more than once in 24 hours.
Tadarise oral Jelly works best when taken at least 30 minutes before the sexual activity. The erection can last for more than 4 hours. The ingredients of Tadarise oral Jelly stays in the bloodstream for up to 36 hours, so you can enjoy the effects of the medication for more than one day. The erection will recede by itself after a sexual encounter.
If Tadarise oral Jelly is taken more than once a day, it can cause an overdose which can lead to serious side effects:
- Back pain
- Changes in indicators of view
- A runny nose
- A headache
- Pressure drops
- Facial flushing