July 2018 ยท 2 minute read

It is 36-hour Vidalista that is known as the ‘bad guy’ that might cause quite a few adverse effects due to high concentration of Vidalista in it (up to 20 mg per pill) while with Vidalista for daily use and its measly 2.5 mg or even 5 mg pill side effects are extremely unlikely. However, if any of these seem to be very persistent or annoying, don’t hesitate to contact your doctor about it - you will probably be advised to switch to another ED medication or given something to counter the side effects of Vidalista effectively and without harm. Strangely, this fruit makes Vidalista get sucked up into the blood flow much faster, which may result in an overdose, even when you’re just taking your regular dose of Vidalista.

- medications used to treat blood pressure problems; Of course, these serious side effects of Vidalista occur very rarely and are mostly caused by a severe overdose or by consumption in people who are not supposed to be taking this medication. It’s also believed that Vidalista can cause heart, liver and kidney problems, which is why this medication is hardly ever prescribed to patients with recent history of heart attack or stroke, or severe health disorders affecting their liver or kidneys.

There are also some more serious side effects of Vidalista, which have been reported only a few times throughout the extensive history of this medication. So, on to those side effects… Around 10-15% men taking 36-hour Vidalista and between 5% and 6% of those taking the version of the medication intended for daily use report suffering from headache and indigestion. In general, Vidalista appears to be a much safer alternative to other ED medications as it has fewer side effects - and even those that might become noticeable are almost always milder compared to the side effects caused by other pills.

The active ingredient in this medication, Vidalista Citrate, is a PDE5 inhibitor, which means that it is used to lessen the effect of PDE5 (cGMP-specific phosphodiesterase type 5) - the enzyme that causes erectile dysfunction and several other diseases in men. Doctors should carefully discuss expectations and treatment effects of the various options with patients before choosing a therapy, the authors write. The drugs are not for everyone, as they won’t necessarily help a man with severe erectile dysfunction as much as they would someone with mild or moderate ED.”