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    Can someone help explain the different types of cialis. I'm looking at online pharmacies and I'm seeing regular Cialis, Cialis Professional, Cialis Super Active+, Cialis Soft Tabs, and Cialis Jelly. What is the difference???

    Also what is Forzest? It seems to have the same ingredient as Cialis?

    Thanks!

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    Also- how will these differ from the Cialis i recieved from a US pharmacy? From what i can tell my doctor didn't have all these different verieties.
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    Welcome, gbrat1.

    I think if you explore the various threads here you will find the answers to your questions. In brief, in the USA only Eli Lilly can sell Cialis, and it is their brand name. They sell several different dosage levels, some for daily use, others for casual/weekend use. Whether it actually lasts a whole weekend is debatable and YMMV. Outside the USA, other companies make tadalafil tablets and either use their own brand name, e.g., Forzest and Tadacip, or they market it as a generic. Sometimes these non-US products are referred to as "branded generics" and that's usually from the perspective of them being a generic for the Cialis brand product.

    Outside the USA these companies may put other ingredients in their medicine as well, or they may compound it so that it dissolves differently. Whether those compositional changes improve the product or not is rarely demonstrated by true clinical trials, and is mostly hearsay. Some of the added ingredients are designed to delay ejaculation. You can probably figure out from the advertisements you're seeing which sort of modification is intended. To my knowledge, the brand Cialis does not at present contain these added ingredients or the changed compounding to make it fast-acting/sublingual or effervescent, etc.

    Good luck and be sure to post back with your experience after you have tried something!

    PS: you should work with your physician to establish your reaction and dosage with branded Cialis first, and realize that all other products are officially prohibited in the USA (and in many other countries as well) because of the patent on Cialis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gbrat1 View Post
    Can someone help explain the different types of cialis. I'm looking at online pharmacies and I'm seeing regular Cialis, Cialis Professional, Cialis Super Active+, Cialis Soft Tabs, and Cialis Jelly. What is the difference???

    Also what is Forzest? It seems to have the same ingredient as Cialis?

    Thanks!

    *This post was auto-merged. The following text was added 2 minutes after the last post:*

    Also- how will these differ from the Cialis i recieved from a US pharmacy? From what i can tell my doctor didn't have all these different verieties.
    Forzest is a generic cialis manufactured by an India pharmacy

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