The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved tadalafil for the treatment of erectile dysfunction (ED) and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH).

Tadalafil is sold under the brand name Cialis for ED and Adcirca for BPH.

Currently, the FDA has only approved tadalafil in the form of tablets, which you swallow by mouth. The drug comes in the strengths of 2.5 mg, 5 mg, 10 mg, and 20 mg.

The agency has not approved liquid tadalafil for sale in the United States. However, the drug is available in different forms in other countries, such as oral jellies, softgel capsules, sublingual pills, and more.

Some might prefer liquid tadalafil if they have conditions like dysphagia (difficulty swallowing). Liquid tadalafil might also be a good option for older people with throat issues and those with allergies to inactive ingredients and binders or fillers.

Some compound pharmacies customize medicine based on a doctor’s prescription. They can make special compounds or even liquid tadalafil. These specialty pharmacies typically provide liquid tadalafil in a bottle, with dosage instructions based on your prescription, according to Healthline.

When compared with pills, liquid tadalafil is no different in terms of dosage, indications, working, and even side effects.

For ED, tadalafil is used in two ways – either on a daily basis or on an “on-demand” basis. The dosage for daily use is 2.5 mg, taken once a day. Doctors might also prescribe tadalafil 5 mg 10 mg or 20 mg as needed before sexual activity. The on-demand dosage for ED is taken about an hour before sexual activity.

For BPH, the drug is generally advised in the 5 mg dosage, taken once daily.

As far as the duration of action is concerned, both versions of tadalafil last up to 36 hours. The drug starts to work within 30 minutes of administration.

If you are looking for a liquid version of tadalafil, your pharmacist could provide information about it and offer helpful tips about how to take liquid tadalafil.

You can buy liquid tadalafil safely from certain regulated online pharmacies, such as Hims, Roman, Lemonaid, and Giddy, among others. They can fill your prescription and ship it directly to you in discreet packaging.

Please note that online pharmacies that do not require a prescription are not legal. You might not get the right medicine. If you find websites that sell liquid tadalafil without a prescription, do not buy from these sources.

It is risky to buy liquid tadalafil from unregulated sources that do not require a prescription for purchase, as they may contain other substances that cause a dangerous reaction.

Currently, in the United States, there is liquid tadalafil available. In fact, it is available in tablet form only. If you have trouble taking hard pills, you may ask your doctor for a liquid version of the drug, which you can buy from a compound pharmacy. You can buy liquid tadalafil online from a source that requires a prescription.