Tadalafil the generic of Cialis and is for the treatment of erectile dysfunction. Tadalafil is taken for the treatment of men with erectile dysfunction, this is the inability to achieve or maintain an erection sufficient for sexual performance. In order for Tadalafil to be fully effective, sexual stimulation is required. Tadalafil is a prescription only medicine it cannot be bought over the counter.
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I do not have a prescription
If you do not already have a prescription for Tadalafil then you can have an online consultation with our doctor. This is a fast and discreet service that has been used by thousands of our customers.
I have a prescription
If you have a prescription for Cialis/Tadalafil please add the correct amount of tablets to your basket.
Oxford Online Pharmacy can only dispense a Prescription Only Medicine (POM) if your order is followed by a valid UK or EU prescription issued by your doctor, consultant or other medical practitioners. We cannot accept copies or emails of prescription. We do not the original prescription before we can process an order. Details of where to send the prescription will be given a unique order number at the confirmation page.
For oral use and use as directed by your doctor.
Use in adults and elderly: The recommended starting dose is one 10 mg tablet before sexual activity. However, you have been given the dose of one 20mg tablet as your doctor has decided that the recommended dose of 10mg is too weak.
You may take a Tadalafil tablet at least 30 minutes before sexual activity.
Tadalafil may still be effective up to 36 hours after taking the tablet.
Side Effects of Cialis
With any medication you take, there is always a risk of side effects. Some are more common than others, and often side effects may subside with the regular usage of the medicine. If the side effects do not subside, you should report them to us, or your GP.
Common Side Effects
The side effects listed below are more serious, and you should stop taking Tadalfil, and report these to your GP immediately.
For a full list of side effects, please read the patient information leaflet.