I'm blessed with b/g twins my Ob stinks and has never told me but I know they had separate sacks and separate placentas so does that mean Di-Di fraternal?

My OBGYN did my first vaginal scan herself and we are having twins. She said that she could not tell if they were mono-di or di-di, but at the time I was so excited, the question did not come to mind. Does this mean I am having fraternal twins? Or is there still a chance of identical twins?

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Common Side Effects of Cialis

Most likely, you have heard that various potency drugs have a very strong effect on the human body, and this applies not only to their immediate effect, which allows you to treat erectile dysfunction, but also to side effects. They are really often manifested in different patients. Among modern drugs for potency, Cialis has the smallest number of side effects. The inventors of this drug, scientists from an American pharmaceutical concern “Elli Lilly and Company”, have managed to make its action much more mild in comparison with such widely advertised ED drugs as Viagra. Currently, Cialis is considered the most safe means of treatment of erectile dysfunction in men with various accompanying illnesses.

However, the use of even this modern medicine can lead to some side effects. A man can turn out to have an individual intolerance to Tadalafil, the main active substance of Cialis, or just be sensitive enough to it to feel such common side effects like sinus congestion, bloodshot eyes and sometimes nose bleed. Below we will try to consider in detail each of these side effects. It is worth noting that Tadalafil does not cause long-term effects, all of these side effects are short-term and may not appear at all in many patients.

Side Effect of Cialis: Sinus Congestion

Probably the most common side effect of Tadalafil is sinus congestion. It appears because the drug has the property of dilating blood vessels. It especially affects blood vessels of male genital organs, but the action can’t be completely isolated. We feel dilation of blood vessels in the nose better than in any other part of the organism except the penis, because if the penis gets an erection due to increased blood flow in its vessels, we feel nasal stuffiness caused by increased filling of vessels in the mucous membrane with blood.

This condition is usually felt when the pill just begins its action and disappears quite soon, long before the end of the effect of the drug. It does not pose any danger to the organism, even if you suffer from increased pressure from time to time. It has nothing in common with acute respiratory disease and doesn’t require special treatment like application of vasoconstrictive drops.

Cialis And Bloodshot Eyes

Eyes are, perhaps, the most valuable parts of our body, and when something strange happens to them, we are very frightened. There are cases when, after taking Cialis, a man notices the reddening of their eyes when he looks in the mirror, or his partner informs him about it. It can also be accompanied by redness of the skin on the face.

If the pupils are not dilated, this side effect is within the limits of the permissible concomitant reactions to the active substance. It can last until the morning following the intake of the medication. If the patient takes Cialis regularly, over time, this reaction usually decreases or even completely disappears.

If you suffer from ophthalmic diseases, especially concerning the retina, and fear that taking Cialis can worsen them, it is better to consult with an ophthalmologist about the justification of taking this drug against erectile dysfunction and the level of risk. It is strictly prohibited to take Tadalafil if you suffer from ischemic neuropathy of the optic nerve.

What To Do If You Take Cialis And Your Nose Bleed?

Nose bleed among patients taking Cialis takes place sometimes, but rather seldom. It is usually front nasal bleed, when the blood flows from the nostrils to the outside. This side effect is rather serious, and most often it signals that the patient is quite sensitive to Tadalafil, which causes such a reaction from the cardiovascular system. It is recommended in such cases to reduce the dosage, since the severity of side effects is usually dose-dependent. If you in general are prone to nosebleeds, start taking Cialis in the minimal possible dosage, which is 2,5 mg of Tadalafil, or 5 mg, if the first dosage option is insufficient for your organism and you can’t achieve an erection. Be careful with larger dosages. Best of all it would be to consult with a specialist about the optimal treatment regimen and dosage. In extremely rare cases, reducing dosage doesn’t help, and the patient should switch to another drug.

Cialis User Experiences

According to numerous reviews of Cialis users, it gives significantly fewer side effects than any other erectile dysfunction drug presented on today’s pharmaceutical market. Men confirm that sinus congestion and bloodshot eyes belong to most frequently appearing unpleasant effects, along with headache which is somewhat similar to headache caused by a light hangover. A pleasant fact is that patients can attempt to have a sexual intercourse at any time within the period of action of the drug in order to establish an optimal response time, when the effect of the medication is maximum, and side effects – minimal.

“I felt a strong nasal congestion in about two hours after taking Cialis, and it surely interfered with my sex. But once I decided to take the pill not immediately before going to bed with my wife, but during lunch, and it was a really good choice – now the quality of my sex is at wonderful level and at the same time stuffiness in my nose doesn’t bother me anymore,” says Justin from Ontario, Canada.

“I haven’t felt anything from the list of side effects given in the instruction manual”, writes Brian from Wales. “I just took a pill and had a good sex, that’s all.”

Roger from Melbourne, Australia, states: “I had a headache and stuffiness in my nose when I started taking Cialis, but as a week passed, these unpleasant sensation almost faded away. It was a good news for me, and I keep on taking the drug.”

Roy from Edinburgh, Scotland, claims: “Following the advice of my friend, I took a pill of Cialis to make my sex brighter, as I noticed unpleasant recession of my erection lately. It worked, my penis became really very hard, but what was my fear when exactly in the midst of sex drops of blood began falling onto the back of my girlfriend out of my nose! It turned out that a 20 mg pill was too much for me, as the walls of my blood vessels were not very strong. I went to a doctor, and he prescribed me to take 5 mg pills daily. Since then I didn’t have any occasions of this kind”.

Concerning bloodshot eyes, Benjamin from Richmond, the USA, 52 years old, mentions: “I’ve long felt the necessity to take something to increase my potency, and finally I choose Cialis. However, before the drug started to act, I threw a glance at the mirror, and discovered that my eyes were red. I knew about this possible side effect, and it didn’t bother me in any physical way, but my partner asked me what was wrong with my eyes. I told her that I had been long working at the computer and my eyes were tired. Reddening of the eyes is not the most unpleasant thing to happen with you, but it can declassify you if you hide from your wife or girlfriend that you are taking Cialis. Next morning my head was aching slightly, but it was nothing in comparison with what I read about other potency drugs.”

As it can be seen, almost always patients manage to reduce the side effects of Tadalafil to a minimum, and some of them don’t feel any unpleasant sensations it all.