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Cialis Daily and Tadalafil Daily: March 2020 Prices

The average prices of Cialis daily and tadalafil daily edged downward in March 2020. However, the prices of both drugs were significantly lower in March than they were in mid-2019.

The average prices of Cialis daily and its generic equivalent, tadalafil daily, in March 2020 were slightly lower than they’d been the previous month. But both were sharply lower than their levels in mid-2019.

Both Cialis daily and tadalafil daily are dispensed in tablets of 2.5 and 5 mg, the former of which is the recommended starting dose for daily treatment. This sets them apart from their higher-strength counterparts (10 and 20 mg), which are prescribed for use as needed.

How the Daily Pills Work

As the name implies, the daily formulations of Cialis and tadalafil are designed to be taken every day (duh!). After two or three days on this daily regimen, daily Cialis/tadalafil users will have built up enough active ingredient in their bloodstreams that they should be able to get and keep an erection whenever the time is right. To maintain erectile function 24/7, this regimen must be maintained indefinitely.

The average price of 5 mg Cialis daily dropped from $13.89 in February to $13.74 in March 2020, a decline of nearly 1.1 percent. The average price of 5 mg tadalafil dropped almost 2.2 percent from $3.22 in February to $3.15 in March.

Prices Down from Mid-2019

While the month-to-month price decreases for these daily drugs were relatively slight, the overall price trend from mid-2019 levels has been a bit more dramatic. Cialis daily’s average price of $13.74 in March 2020 was 16.5 percent lower than its July 2019 price of $16.46. And the $3.15 price of tadalafil daily in March 2020 was 58.6 percent lower than the $7.61 price in July 2019.

As previously noted, the recommended starting dose for Cialis/tadalafil daily is 2.5 mg, although some might need 5 mg to produce the desired results of 24/7 erectile function. For those who are lucky enough to get what they need from the lower-strength tablet, the 5 mg tablets can be split to yield two 2.5 mg doses. Because the prices for 2.5 and 5 mg tablets are the same, this pill-splitting strategy effectively produces two doses for the price of one.

Monthly Cost of Daily Pills

Using the average prices in March 2020, this puts a month’s supply of 5 mg Cialis daily at about $412.20, which could be reduced to $206.10 if the 2.5 mg dose proved sufficient to do the job.

A month’s supply of 5 mg tadalafil daily had a price tag of about $94.50 in March 2020, which could be cut to $47.25 per month if the lower dose of the daily drug produced the desired results.

Advantages of Ordering Online

No matter which ED drug you prefer, you can order them all from eDrugstore.com, a longtime online medical facilitator based in Tempe, Arizona. The company serves as a middleman between customer, physician, and pharmacy, which in effect makes for convenient one-stop shopping.

If you don’t yet have a prescription, eDrugstore’s complimentary online consultation service will schedule a telemedicine interview between you and a physician licensed to practice in your state. If the doctor decides that you’re an appropriate candidate for an ED drug, a prescription will be authorized.

That prescription is then transmitted by eDrugstore to a licensed U.S. pharmacy, which will fill it and then ship it off to you free of charge. As a token of its appreciation, eDrugstore encloses a free-pill splitter with all first orders. To learn more, visit its Erectile Dysfunction page.

Don Amerman has spent more than three decades in the business of writing and editing. During the last 15 years, his focus has been on freelance writing. For almost all of his writing, He has done all of his own research, both online and off, including telephone and face-to-face interviews where possible. Don Amerman on Google+