Cialis Pill Identification/Imprint Code and Description

According to FDA prescribing information, the following codes are used to identify various Cialis doses:

  • A Cialis 2.5 milligram tablet is yellow in color, it’s an oval-shaped, film-coated tablet that includes the imprint “C 2½” on its surface. These tablets come in blister packs on two cards with 15 pills.
  • A Cialis 5 milligram tablet is yellow in color, it’s an oval-shaped, film-coated tablet that includes the imprint “C 5” on its surface. These tables come in either blister packs of two cards of 15 pills, or in bottles of 10 or 30 pills.
  • A Cialis 10 milligram tablet is yellow in color, it’s an oval-shaped, film-coated tablet that includes the imprint “C 10” on its surface. These tablets come in bottles of 30 pills.
  • A Cialis 20 milligram tablet is yellow in color, it’s an oval-shaped, film-coated tablet that includes the imprint “C 20” on its surface. These tablets come in bottles of 30 pills.
Strength Qty Price    
Cialis 20 mg 4 Pills $88.00   Order
Cialis 20 mg 8 Pills $169.00   Order
Cialis 20 mg 12 Pills $248.00   Order
Cialis 20 mg 16 Pills $323.00   Order
Cialis 20 mg 20 Pills $399.00   Order

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Ideally, Cialis tables should be stored at 77°F, 25°C. They can be stored in temperatures ranging from 59° to 86°F, or from 15° to 30°C.

The chemical empirical formula for Cialis, or tadalafil is pyrazino[1’,2’:1,6]pyrido[3,4-b]indole-1,4-dione, 6-(1,3-benzodixol-5-yl)-2,3,6,7,12,12ahexahydro-2-methyle-, (6R,12aR)-. Cialis comes in a crystalline solid that is essentially insoluble in water and barely soluble in alcohol. Inactive ingredients in each Cialis tablet include talc, croscarmellose sodium, sodium lauryl sulfate, hydroxypropyl cellulose, microcrystalline cellulose, hypromellose, magnesium stearate, iron oxide, titanium dioxide, lactose monohydrate and triacetin.

How to Take Cialis (Tadalafil) or Adcirca

The dosage of Cialis varies with each individual. A doctor is required to determine the right dosage for each patient. Hence, prescriptions are required when obtaining Cialis. Other medications or specific medical conditions may require lower dosages, or even taking Cialis less frequently, for some patients. Patients are urged not to change their prescribed dosage, or the way in which Cialis is taken from day to day.

Cialis tablets should never be split. In all cases, entire doses should be taken.

For men suffering from ED, recommendations are to take 10 milligrams of Cialis previous to expected sexual activity. Individual dosage can be decreased to five milligrams or increased to 20 milligrams, based upon how effective the drug is and on what can be tolerated by the individual without side effects. Only one dose of Cialis should be taken in one day.

Cialis can also be taken as a once-a-day correction of ED. Usually, a 2.5 milligram dosage of Cialis is recommended for this type of ED therapy, taken at the same time each day, without regard to sexual activity. A once-per-day dosage of Cialis can be increased to 5 milligrams, dependent upon an individual’s toleration of side effects.

The recommended dosage for men with BPH is 5 milligrams per day. Cialis should be taken each day at the same time of the day. No more than one tablet should be taken in one day. If a dose of Cialis is missed, it can be taken when remembered, but two dosages shouldn’t be taken in one day to make up the difference. The same recommendation of 5 milligrams per day is the dosage for men who suffer from both ED and BPH.
It doesn’t matter whether you take Cialis with or without food.

If an overdose of Cialis is accidently taken, your doctor or the emergency room of your nearest hospital should be contacted immediately.

Cialis should not be used for a situation other than what it is prescribed for. Cialis should not be given to anyone other than who it is prescribed to. Even if symptoms seem similar between two individuals, a dosage of Cialis safe for one person may be extremely harmful to another person.

What Cialis Does Not Do

Taking Cialis won’t cure ED. Cialis helps patients with ED achieve sex, but it doesn’t increase a man’s sexual desire. Sexual stimulation is needed for an erection to occur after taking Cialis. Taking Cialis won’t guard a man or his sexual partner from sexually transmitted diseases, such as HIV. Cialis is not a form of a male version of birth control. Cialis can only be prescribed to men who are over 18 years old. Cialis is not for women or children. Adcirca, a different tadalafil version, is prescribed to women who suffer from symptoms of PHT.

How to Get Cialis

Any man experiencing ED or BPH symptoms can receive 30 tablets of 2.5 milligram or 5 milligram dosages, or three tablets of 10 milligram or 20 milligram amounts of Cialis for a free trial from www.cialis.com/Pages/promise-free-trial.aspx, the Lilly website for Cialis. You still need to receive a prescription from your doctor to use Cialis, even for this free offer.

From Lilly’s Cialis website, a U.S. nationwide cost in December 2011 estimated prices for a patient without prescription insurance coverage for 30 tablets of Cialis was $135. Local pharmacies might carry Cialis, or a tadalafil alternative, for a price that varies from the $135 listed on Lilly’s Cialis website.

Lilly, the maker of Cialis, warns that the only way of ensuring that you’re receiving “real” Cialis is by obtaining a prescription from your doctor and taking that prescription to an accredited local pharmacy or an accredited online pharmacy. Counterfeit forms of Cialis are made that contain harmful ingredients, such as mercury, lead and pesticides. Fake Cialis might have minuscule or no active ingredients, thereby eliminating the needed effect of the drug.

If an online version of Cialis is offered at a tremendously lower price than what is offered at an accredited local pharmacy, chances are that the product being sold is phony. Another indication of a bogus version of Cialis is a website that doesn’t list a street address or contact information. Since a prescription is needed for the distribution of Cialis, if a website offers it without a prescription, or after you fill out a short online survey, they’re most likely selling you an imitation variety of Cialis. Finally, Cialis is only sold in an almond-shaped tablet that is taken whole. There is no generic for Cialis. So, if a website offers you a cheaper generic of Cialis, or is selling a fast dissolve, or soft tablet version, it’s fake. Don’t buy it.

Eli Lilly suggests that in order to ensure you’re getting the real deal, buy Cialis from an accredited pharmacy. Online pharmacies should show a Verified Internet Pharmacy Practice Sites™ (VIPPS) accreditation. Such online pharmacies are inspected by the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (NABP) to make sure that they are following correct and safe practices. To check the legitimacy of an online pharmacy, key in its website after visiting www.LegitScript.com.