|Tadalafil & Dapoxetine
|Premature Ejaculation + Erectile Dysfunction
How It Works
Tadalafil and Dapoxetine, which raise blood flow to the penis and nervous system serotonin activity, respectively, are the ingredients of Tadapox 20 mg. One PDE 5 inhibitor is tadalafil, which is present in Cialis. It improves blood flow to the penis by relaxing the muscles in the walls of blood vessels. PDE 5’s action results in the destruction of cGMP. Blood vessel dilatation and contraction are brought on by the chemical cGMP. An erection and blood filling of the penis require the production of cGMP. Tadapox 20 mg inhibits PDE 5’s function and permits the synthesis of cGMP. Increased blood flow to the penis is made possible by this. The penis feels pressured as a result. This results in the achievement of a 36-hour erection.
Tadapox contains Dapoxetine, a short-acting selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) that prevents serotonin from being reabsorbed into neurons. The brain can now access more serotonin as a result of this. This enhances the way messages are transmitted amongst neurons. As a result, the person can have satisfying sexual relations with his partner and the ejaculation process is postponed by five to seven minutes.
The following conditions are treated with prescriptions for Tadapox 20 mg tablets:
- An incapacity that prevents a man from getting or maintaining an erection during sexual activity is known as erectile dysfunction (ED).
- A condition known as premature ejaculation (PE) causes a man to lose control over his ejaculation and ejaculate sooner than either he or his partner would want.
The recommended dosage for a Tadapox 20 mg tablet is once every 24 hours. In a 24-hour period, you shouldn’t take more than one tablet. You can take this medication with or without food. Take this medication 1-2 hours before engaging in sexual activity for optimal effects. It is estimated that an erection lasts for 36 hours and that ejaculation takes 5 to 7 minutes longer. Individual differences may exist in the effects based on age, metabolism, lifestyle, underlying medical conditions, etc.
Pay close attention to the directions on your doctor’s prescription and read all information provided on the medication’s packaging.
Missed Dosage: You take this medication when needed. Consequently, there is very little chance of missing a dose.
Overdose: A drug overdose can have a negative impact on your current health and cause a number of side effects. In such a situation, get in touch with your physician.
Before taking 20 mg of Tadapox, let your doctor know:
- In case you have an allergy to any medications, including Dapoxetine or Tadalafil.
- If your chest pain is treated with nitrates.
- If you’ve previously experienced fainting.
- If a heart attack, stroke, or congestive heart failure is in your past.
- If you experience health issues like diabetes, high blood pressure, angina, etc.
- If substance abuse has been a part of your past.
- If you have conditions like multiple myeloma, leukemia, or sickle cell anemia.
- If your blood pressure is high or low.
- If you experience depression, anxiety, or other mood disorders.
- If you have a Peyronie’s or penile physical deformity.
- If you suffer from a bleeding illness like hemophilia.
- If you suffer from an eye condition, such as retinitis pigmentosa, which is an inherited condition of the eyes.
- If you experience seizures or epilepsy.
Tadapox 20 mg side effects frequently include:
- Stuffy Nose
- Chest pain
- Upset stomach
- Dry mouth
- Back pain or muscle pain
- Blurred vision
Rarely, adverse events may include sudden vision loss in one or both eyes and an erection that lasts longer than four hours. If issues continue for a long time, get in touch with your doctor right away.
Inform your doctor of any medications you take, whether prescribed or over-the-counter, for any reason, including treating current conditions. Tadapox 20 mg has a history of drug interactions that can alter how well it functions.
- Alpha-blockers for prostate problems
- Antibiotics such as clarithromycin
- Antidepressants such as fluoxetine and paroxetine
- Blood thinners such as warfarin
- HIV Protease inhibitors such as atazanavir, indinavir, and ritonavir
- Antifungal medications such as ketoconazole
- Beta-blockers such as atenolol
- Other medicines for ED
Interaction with alcohol
It is well known that drinking alcohol can worsen your health and raise your chance of experiencing side effects. Don’t take alcohol in addition to this medication.
Tablets of Tadapox 20 mg should be kept in their original packaging for safe and proper storage.
- Make sure kids cannot access the pills.
- The pills should not be exposed to direct sunlight, moisture, or heat.
- After opening the pack, place the tablet inside an airtight container.
- When the pills are about to expire, stop taking them.
Frequent Asked Questions (FAQ)
What is Tadapox?
Yes, Tadapox is an oral medication used to treat men’s premature ejaculation (PE) and erectile dysfunction (ED). Dapoxetine and tadalafil are its ingredients. Dapoxetine helps to postpone the ejaculation process, while tadalafil helps to increase blood flow to the penis. It is known that this medication has effects that last for 36 hours. There is a five to seven minute increase in ejaculation time.
What is Dapoxetine Tadalafil?
Tadalafil Tadapox 20 mg, also known as Dapoxetine, is a medication used to treat male sexual disorders like premature ejaculation and erectile dysfunction. The active ingredients in Tadapox 20 mg, tadalafil and dapoxetine, help to produce a firm erection and postpone the ejaculation process.
Can I drink alcohol and take this medication?
Yes, alcohol raises the possibility of experiencing side effects and has been shown to have detrimental effects on the body when taken with Tadapox 20 mg. Don’t take alcohol in addition to this medication.
How can I avoid taking drugs together?
You should inform your doctor about all of the medications you take, whether for other reasons or to treat current illnesses, in order to avoid any drug interactions. The section above titled “Drug Interactions” contains a list of frequently occurring drug interactions.