Apcalis Oral Jelly

Apcalis Oral Jelly is a popular and successful treatment for erectile dysfunction. Containing the same active ingredients as Cialis, patients can benefit from an effective treatment time of at least 36 hours.

This allows couples to engage in intercourse at a natural time. Unlike tablets, Oral Jelly is easy to swallow and is very quickly absorbed into the body.


This longer effective treatment time has gained the drug the nickname, 'Le Weekender' in France. The medical name for Apcalis is Tadalafil and it belongs to the PDE-5 family of vasodilators. These drugs work by dilating the blood vessels in the body; particularly around the genital area. This in turn, allows stronger blood flow to enable an erection to take place. Apcalis Oral Jelly is not an aphrodisiac and stimulation will be required to develop an erection. Due to the lower overall dose of 20mg, many patients report lower side effects.


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Apcalis Oral Jelly Dosage

From time to time patients taking Apcalis Oral Jelly experience side effects. The most common are Facial redness or flushing, Headache, Blocked nose, Dryness in eyes and Mild Nausea. These common side effects are connected to dehydration and usually diminish by increasing water intake.


Apcalis Oral Jelly Side Effects

Some people taking Apcalis Oral Jelly may experience undesired side effects. The most common side effects are mild headache, Facial flushing and upset stomach. These side effects if they do occur are usually short lived and dont last much longer than a few hours. Use of the medication should be discontinued, if negative effects persist.