Apcalis SX Oral Jelly (Tadalafil)
- Ajanta Pharma
- In Stock
While this jelly form of Apcalis provides the same effect as the tablets, it also works much faster because the jelly form is more rapidly absorbed in the blood as compared to tablets. Although the rate of absorption and the time of visible effects will vary from one person to another. The drug usually takes effect in less than 15 minutes and lasts for 24 to 36 hours. It comes in sachets with 7 different flavors: orange, mango, pineapple, strawberry, mint, black currant, and chocolate – making it fun and convenient to take.
Apcalis SX Oral Jelly is manufactured by Ajanta Pharma Ltd.
Consult a healthcare professional before using Apcalis Oral Jelly to know if the drug is safe for use.
Take one sachet of Apcalis Oral Jelly 30 minutes before sexual activity. To take the drug, the contents of one sachet may be emptied onto a spoon and taken orally or emptied directly into the mouth. Drink a glassful of water after swallong the contents. It may be taken with or without food, but a high-fat meal may cause a delay in the effects of the drug. Intake of this medication must not exceed one sachet per day.
Sexual stimulation must be present in order for this drug to work. This is not intended for use by women and children.
Apcalis Oral Jelly must not be used by men who are allergic to the active ingredient Tadalafil and any of the inactive ingredient of the medication.
Men who are not allowed to engage in sexual activity due to heart problems must also avoid the use of this medication. Examples are those who had a heart attack in the past 6 months, men with angina that occurs during sexual intercourse, or uncontrolled arrhythmia. This medication is also contraindicated to those who had stroke in the past 6 months, or degenerative eye problems.
Apcalis Oral Jelly must not be used by patients taking any form of nitrates, recreational drugs with nitrates, drugs for pulmonary arterial hypertension such as Riociguat, other PDE5 inhibitors.
Apcalis Oral Jelly may cause mild to even serious side effects. But not all patients will have the same response to the drug.
The most common side effects caused by Apcalis Oral Jelly which usually go away after some time, include:
- Stuffy or runny nose
- Back or muscle pains
This medication may also cause more serious side effects which require immediate medical help and stopping the use of the drug. These side effects include:
- Blurred vision and changes in color vision
- Sudden decrease or loss of vision
- Ringing in the ears
- Sudden decrease or loss of hearing
- Irregular heartbeat
- Symptoms of heart attack – pain in the chest, jaw, neck, shoulder; nausea; sweating
- Symptoms of severe allergic reaction – hives; itching; breathing difficulty; swelling of face, lips, tongue, throat
- Painful erection or erection that lasts more than 4 hours
Consult a healthcare provider for more information on Apcalis side effects. Report any side effects that may occur which are not listed above.
Warnings and Precautions
To make sure that Apcalis Oral Jelly is safe to take, a healthcare provider must be informed of other medical conditions such as the following:
- Heart disease or problems with heart rhythm
- Liver or kidney disease
- Blood cell and bleeding disorders
- Stomach ulcer
- Physical deformity or injury of penis
- Personal and family history of eye disease
- Recent heart attack, stroke, or congestive heart failure
- High or low blood pressure
Apcalis Oral Jelly can also interact with other medications such as:
- Alpha blockers
- Drugs for high blood pressure
- Some antifungals
- Some antibiotics
- HIV protease inhibitors
- St. John’s wort
The lists above may not be complete. Consult a healthcare provider for more information.
Apcalis Oral Jelly and Alcohol
Consuming large amounts of alcohol while taking this medication may increase the risk of side effects such as dizziness, headache, fast heartbeat, and low blood pressure.
Apcalis Oral Jelly and Grapefruit
It is recommended to avoid intake of grapefruit and grapefruit juice for it may interact with the medication and cause undesirable effects.