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Tadacip is a drug to increase male potency. It contributes to an erection when impotence and prolongs sexual intercourse.

The medicine acts due to the properties of tadalafil, which relaxes the arteries of the penis, improving blood flow to it.

The drug is supplied in blister packs containing 4 tablets. A tablet contains 20 mg of tadalafil.

Tadacip should be taken 15 minutes before a sexual act. It operates 36 hours after the reception. The drug action is possible only during sexual excitement. The medicine does not cause a constant penis tension all of term of action.

The medicine is recommended for men after 18. A recommended dose is 20 mg. Older people should take the drug only after consultation with a physician.

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