Generic Cialis

A generic medication is a medication that should have all the same ingredients of a genuine medication, and should perform the same function. The original manufacturer of the medication does not make generic versions of the same medication. Generics are usually cheaper than the genuine alternative, and may not be made with the same MHRA-approved ingredients.

Generic alternatives are available for many medications and, if they are legal, are just as safe and effective as branded medications. However, some medications are protected by a particular patent which prevents the creation and marketing of generic alternatives. Cialis is a good example of this. The existence of a patent means that the production of generic Cialis is currently illegal. The patent is due to run out in 2017. After this point, it will become legal for pharmaceutical companies to produce generic Cialis.

Why generic Cialis is a problem

Generic Cialis is the term given to all impotence treatments that contain the active ingredient, tadalafil, and work in the same way to treat impotence as the branded medication. The problem with any product that claims to be generic Cialis is that it won't be legal. This means that it will not have been made under the same strict clinical conditions as the real medicine, and therefore it could have been made with potentially dangerous ingredients. People who take illegal generic medications place themselves at risk because the medication has not been clinically approved and could therefore be dangerous.

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Cons of generic Cialis Pros of generic Cialis
  • Dangerous
  • Illegal
  • Not MHRA approved
  • Unregulated
  • Often contains unlisted ingredients

Though there are pros to consider when it comes to generic medications, it is important to recognise that any generic versions of Cialis currently in circulation are illegal and could therefore cause harm to those who take them.

Are all generic treatments illegal?

Not all generic treatments are illegal and there are many medications that are available in their generic form. In many cases, generic versions are cheaper than the branded version, but this doesn't mean that they are sub-standard or dangerous.

The only reason generic versions of treatments such as Cialis aren't considered legal is because the composition of these medications is protected under patent law until the patent expires. Many treatments may have started off being protected under patient law, to ensure that the pharmaceutical companies that developed them are able to benefit from their initial investment, but when a patent expires, other companies can legally manufacture them.

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