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Daily Cialis (tadalafil) Therapy Gradually Becoming More Affordable

For men who are looking for an erectile dysfunction drug that allows them to get and keep an erection suitable for intercourse whenever the moment is right, low-strength Cialis and its generic equivalent, tadalafil, are the only game in town.  

If you’ve grown tired of trying to remember to pop an erectile dysfunction drug an hour or so before sex, Cialis daily and tadalafil daily, its generic equivalent, could be the answer to your prayers. Making these drugs even more appealing is the current trend in their prices, which have moved down fairly sharply over the summer of 2019.

These drugs, which contain low levels of tadalafil, can confer round-the-click erectile function if you remember to take them faithfully every day. Available in tablets of 2.5 and 5 milligrams, Cialis and its generic equivalent have an extraordinarily lengthy half-life — 17.5 hours — which makes it possible to build up enough active ingredient to provide 24/7 coverage.

They Also Treat BPH

Considerably enhancing the appeal of Cialis daily and tadalafil daily is their effectiveness in treating benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), a noncancerous enlargement of the prostate gland, as well as ED. In fact, an enlarged prostate in and of itself can sometimes interfere with optimal erectile function, so treating both these disorders with a single drug is a very attractive proposition.

According to the Secure Medical monthly price review, which covers brand-name and generic ED drugs as well as certain other lifestyle medications, the average price per 5-milligram tablet of Cialis has dropped from $16.46 in July 2019 to 14.02 in September. That’s a decline of 14.8 percent over the summer of 2019.

Tadalafil Price Drops Even More

The average price of 5-milligram tadalafil has dropped, even more, falling 20.1 percent from $7.61 in July 2019 to $6.08 in September.

What has accounted for these fairly significant price decreases? A number of factors seem to have played a role.

First of all, Cialis in both its daily and on-demand formulations, lost its final U.S. patents in the summer of 2018, which led to the introduction of generic competition beginning in September 2018. While these drugs are now and have long been extremely popular, they trail Viagra, Pfizer’s pioneering ED drug, and its generic equivalent, sildenafil citrate, in terms of sales.

Lower Prices = More Buyers

To attract more buyers, it just makes sense to price these medications as low as possible, and that rationale seems to be reflected in price trends during the summer of 2019.

It should also be noted that generic competition for both Cialis daily and Cialis on-demand is likely to grow as time goes on. Although there already are generic versions of the drug available, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has tentatively approved other generic formulations that could soon enter the market and increase competitive pressures.

Ordering from eDrugstore

Both daily forms of Cialis and tadalafil can be ordered online from eDrugstore.com, a longtime online prescription drug service based in Tempe, Arizona. Doing so can save you both time and money. And if you prefer other ED drugs, whether brand-name or generic, you’ll find them all available from eDrugstore.

By ordering online, you’ll save yourself the hassle of travel to and from the local drugstore to pick up your drugs, as well as any time you might have to spend waiting for the prescription to be filled. You could realize even greater savings in time and money if you opt to take advantage of eDrugstore’s complimentary online consultation service. If you do, you’ll be matched up with a U.S. physician licensed to operate in your state. The two of you will interact online, and the doctor will authorize a prescription if you’re an appropriate candidate for the drug. To learn more, visit eDrugstore’s 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+