|Tadacip vs alcohol|
Tadacip is the drug of choice for erectile dysfunction (ED), formerly known as impotence, a sexual dysfunction in which a man is unable to achieve and keep erection for sexual activity to be possible. The Tadacip pill is a yellow, diamond-shaped pill and has "Tadacip" name on the front and "20" with the pill strength in milligrams at the back. It is available in 20 mg, 50 mg, and 100 mg dosage. It was first placed into the market in 1996 by its official manufacturer, Cipla Inc.
Since Tadacip is gaining a wide popularity today, issues arise in different aspects like about how alcohol drinking can affect its action. One of the most common questions about alcohol and Tadacip is the level of safety when taking these two substances at the same time. So, with this question in mind, Tadacip's manufacturer, Cipla emphasized that drinking alcohol while taking Tadacip does not cause any expected problems. However, some medications with similar action to Tadacip were reported to cause problems when combined with alcohol.
According to research, both Tadacip and alcohol can give the same effects on the blood vessels - making them dilate, a term called vasodilatation. However, research did not show any problems in men who combined the two substances to achieve the blood alcohol level of legal intoxication of 0.08%.
Despite the fact that studies support that combining alcohol with Tadacip is not likely to cause any problem, it is a better way to be aware of the problems that could occur due to too much dilation of the blood vessels. Dizziness, tachycardia or rapid heart rate, hypotension or low blood pressure might occur.
Therefore, you should discuss with your doctor about alcohol consumption and Tadacip use. You and your doctor know and understand your situation best.