Tadapox is a medicine used to treat vaginal itching, especially pruritus vulvae, which is the burning and irritation of the vulva. It is not known exactly how tadalafil works. Tadalafil is an inhibitor of PDE5, which lowers levels of male sex hormones in the body. Tadapox comes in tablet form and has to be taken with a glass of water about an hour before sexual activity. The recommended dose for Tadapox is 100 mg once daily, but it may be necessary to increase the dose to 200 mg if the initial dose does not reduce symptoms enough. Once started treatment with Tadapox should be continued as long as it is effective
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Tadalafil is a PDE5 inhibitor, which means it increases blood flow to the penis. This increases the amount of time before ejaculation and helps men with erectile dysfunction.
This medicine is used to treat erectile dysfunction (impotence). It may also be used for other purposes not listed in this medication guide.
Tadalafil is a PDE5 inhibitor, which means it stops the enzyme that breaks down cGMP.
CGMP is a chemical signal in your body that relaxes the muscles of your blood vessels–including those in your penis. This makes it easier for blood to flow through them, which makes erections happen more quickly and last longer than usual.
It’s important for you to know that tadalafil does not have any effect on other types of smooth muscle tissue, like those found in intestines and lungs (where they help expel waste). In fact, most men with enlarged prostates have normal prostate size after taking Tadapox 100mg tablets for 6 months combined with an anti-impotence drug called Viagra (sildenafil citrate) or Cialis (tadalafil).