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johnjuly posted:
Dr. marks: Is it safe to buy Tadalafy (generic of Cialis) online instead of Cialis? It is much cheaper but I am not sure if it is FDA approved for use. Online pharmacies say that it is the same thing but if that was the case, everyone would buy the generic version to save tons of money. Thank you.
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johnjuly responded:
Dr. Marks - is the reason for having no comments for this question because you can't compare products?
 
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Caprice_WebMD_Staff replied to johnjuly's response:
Dr. Marks looks in as often as he can and responds to as many questions as he can. His time, which he volunteers here, is limited so he does what he can.

He may have missed your post altogether.

FYI, as far as I know there is no 'generic' version of Cialis as yet. So, a general caution about such claims: if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.

FYI, IF there is a generic version of Cialis, your local pharmacist would be aware of it so you may want to ask him/her.
 
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johnjuly replied to Caprice_WebMD_Staff's response:
Thank you for your reply!

The other question I posted was about higher dosages of Cialis. Some pharmacies offer Cilais in more than 20 mg (40, 60, 80). Do you know whether these dosages are possible?
 
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Caprice_WebMD_Staff replied to johnjuly's response:
Hi John,

Legitimate Cialis goes up to 20 mg .

Be very sure that you get a doctor's prescription for this. Your doctor will know your medical history, know of any underlying conditions which could cause ED, and whether Cialis is a safe choice for you.

These are serious medications with potentially serious side effects. Please see your doctor and get your medication from a legitimate pharmacy.
 
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Sheldon Marks, MD responded:
Be wary of on-line or foreign pharmacies offering their own version of any of the top meds for ED - Viagra, Levitra or Cialis.The names are often similar but slightly different from the brand name. This is a gimmick to make you think they are the same product. They usually are not. This is a huge market and the predators are out there who will gladly steal your money. I am not aware nor would it be safe to use higher doses than your doctor prescribed. The doses approved are calculated to offer the bets results with the least side effects. Going to higher doses could dramatically increase risks for problems or complications. Talk to your doctor, and explain your concerns. There may be some reputable foreign pharmacies he or she could recommend. Generic meds are proven to be the same in your body but are the same chemical name, and are available here in the States. A great resource is your pharmacist.
 
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genericguy replied to Sheldon Marks, MD's response:
Does Cialis 20mg have a generic available in the US?

What about Viagra?
 
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genericguy replied to genericguy's response:
nevermind.
 
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sarachoi replied to genericguy's response:
Tadalafil is the generic equivalent for cialis . You can get in any online pharmacy website worldwide.
 
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ermahampton responded:
Tadalafil is the generic form of Cialis and have all active ingredients of Cialis. Suppose if you want to know how tadalafil works when compared to Viagra & Levitra visit here http://forum.internationaldrugmart.com/drug-informatin-f5/how-viagra-levitra-and-tadalafil-works-t3556.html


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