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pulmonary hypertension (PH) is an increase in blood pressure in the pulmonary artery, pulmonary vein, or pulmonary capillaries, togeth...
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Tadalafil is a PDE5 inhibitor, currently marketed in pill form for treating erectile dysfunction (ED) under the name Cialis and under the name Adcirca for the treatment of pulmonary arterial hypertension. It initially was developed ...
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has moderate PPH and is on Adcirca (Cialis). It seems to be...
" ...who was diagnosed about one year ago. He has moderate PPH and is on Adcirca (Cialis). It seems to be helping him maintain some stability as he just did another 6 minute walk... "

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The reaction to Adcirca was almost immediate....
" ...I could rebound. The reaction to Adcirca was almost immediate. ...The side effects have been slight stomach upset occasionally, and (since it's chemically identical to Cialis), the benefit... "

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have been on Adcirca(Cialis) for 7 years at 10mg once daily...
" ...Adcirca(Cialis) for 7 years at 10mg once daily for pulmonary hypertension due to pulmonary emboli and had no ED or urinary problems post CK. Maybe that's why. I do not get on th... "

anyone here is taking Adcirca instead of Cialis. Both have...
" ...taking Adcirca ...daily, which is expensive. I was diagnosed with pulmonary hypertension, and wonder if I could get insurance to pay for the Adcirca, and if so, would it be the same (have the ... "

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specifically if you're taking it as adcirca and not cialis,...
" ...if you're taking it as adcirca and not cialis, it is for pulmonary hypertension. It may... "

they actually use adcirca (same active ingredient as...
" ...actually use adcirca (same active ingredient as cialis) in women w/ pulmonary arterial hypertension... "

little as 30 minutes. For most people, though, it begins wor...
" ...say: \"\"\"\"The time it takes for Cialis to start ...In clinical studies, Cialis began to work in as little as 30 minutes. For most people, though, it begins working within one... "

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have just been given \"adcirca\" for PAH. Is \"tadalafil\"...
" ...have just been given \"adcirca\" for PAH. Is \"tadalafil\" ...? Although tadalafil is already present as Cialis ... Adcirca (tadalafil) has been approved with ...pulmonary arterial hypertensi... "

gave me the worst heartburn and I never get it) What...
" ...pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH) as Adcirca®) Only suited for MILD BP elevation, IMO. 2. Reduces ...Heart burn (tren cialis gave me the worst heartburn and I never get it) What e... "

live but you could use Cialis, well or Tadalafil Brand name...
" ...but you could use Cialis, well or Tadalafil Brand name in Sweden Adcirca for BP and Erection,(here the insurence would pay for Adcirca but not Cialis) one is a ...already be eating Magnesium, Zi... "

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