GENERIC CIALIS®


We Also Offer Tadalafil 2.5mg, 5mg, 10mg and 20mg in One Convenient Tablet

At Lakeview Pharmacy our goal is to find what works best for you. Let us work with your personal doctor or a CallonDoc physician to discover what dose of Tadalafil is best recommended to suit your specific needs. For those who prefer one convenient tablet, we offer Tadalafil 2.5mg, 5mg, 10mg and 20mg.

Keep in mind however, our best offer is the quantity of 10 Tadalafil Troches for only $80.

REQUEST ED PRESCRIPTIONS ONLINE FROM THE SAFETY OF YOUR HOME!

For the wellness of you and your family, if you can, stay home! We understand the value of your patient/physician relationship. However, during these challenging times, we partnered with CallOnDoc.com, an online TeleMed service where you can video chat with experienced doctors from the safety and privacy of your home. Discuss your ED medication options with your personal doctor, or a CallonDoc physician and request the prescription that works best for you.  Then have your prescription sent to Lakeview Pharmacy.

What is the difference between tadalafil tablets and tadalafil troches?
Tadalafil is the generic medication found in Cialis. A troche is a small lozenge that dissolves between your gum and cheek. The medication is directly absorbed through the mucus membrane of the mouth. This delivery method helps to avoid the medication going through the digestive process. Troches are carefully prepared in compounding pharmacies to meet specific patient needs. To learn more about Tadalafil Troches, click here.

What’s the Difference Between Tadalafil and Sildenafil?
Both Erectile Dysfunction medications are taken as needed for sexual activity and work within 30-60 minutes after taking. However, the difference between the two is how long the medication works in your body. Sildenafil lasts up to 4-6 hours and Tadalafil can last up to 36 hours in your system.

FREE SHIPPING WITH DISCRETE PACKAGING
We ship USPS First Class Mail right to your door with discrete packaging for your privacy.

WE WORK WITH YOUR PHYSICIAN
Not every patient is the same. Our friendly, knowledgeable staff will promptly answer all of your questions and work with your personal doctor or a CallonDoc physician to find the correct prescription for you. We can receive electronic prescriptions, a faxed or a call-in prescription from your doctor. We are also part of the Surescripts Network.

Call (800) 852-1445 and feel confident once again! Ask your personal doctor or a CallonDoc physician for a prescription of Tadalafil 2.5mg, 5mg, 10mg or 20mg Tablets today!

Shipping Policy: All packages are shipped “Priority Mail” using the United States Postal Service (USPS), with tracking available to the point of delivery. We do not require a signature for delivery and any package material marked “delivered” by the USPS is considered a successful delivery. We are NOT responsible for packages that have been lost or stolen after they have been successfully delivered. If your package has been lost, we can provide the tracking number upon request. All lost or stolen packages should be addressed by the consumer at their local US Post Office.

TADALAFIL TABLETS FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Tadalafil tablets are the generic to Cialis. Tadalafil is available as a commercially manufactured tablet. Tadalafil is an oral drug that is used for treating Erectile Dysfunction (ED) and Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH).

Yes, a valid prescription is needed from your doctor. The prescription needs to be written for tadalafil or Cialis.

Yes. Because Cialis ® is now generic, the pharmacy can substitute brand for generic if the milligram strength is the same.

Lakeview pharmacy is unable to call or fax your Doctor’s office to obtain a new tadalafil prescription.  You should call your doctor and request the medication as they may have specific questions to ask you that we are unable to answer on your behalf. Your Doctor’s office may call, fax, mail, or send the prescription electronically.

No. Due to law restrictions, the pharmacy requires an original prescription written from your doctor. You may mail the original prescription to us, or have the doctors office call or fax it to us directly.