Cialis: Everything that you should know about this new drug for treatment against erectile dysfunction.

Cialis for treatment erectile dysfunction

Cialis is one of the most famous drugs for the treatment of the erectile dysfunctions all over the world; it contains Tadalafil, and is available in pills with 5, 10 or 20mg of principle per pill. It must not be confused with Viagra, another well known medicine for the treatment of ED in men.
It causes the relaxation of the blood vessels in the penis, allowing the blood to flow effortlessly and so causing an erection.
Cialis can also be used to treat the symptoms of prostatic hypertrophy, and in this case it can only be bought under medical prescription.

Cialis must be taken at least 20 or 30 minutes before trying to achieve the erection; the usual dose is 10mg.

  • It can be used once a day, but for daily use the dose must be reduced to 2,5 or 5mg, according to the patient’s tolerance to Tadalafil.
  • In patients suffering from both prostatic hypertrophy and erectile dysfunction, the suggested daily dose is 5mg.

Patients with severe liver or kidney disease should not take more than 10 mg. Taking a single daily dose is not recommended in patients with serious kidney disease and, for patients with liver disorders, the medicine should only be prescribed after careful consideration of the risks and benefits of taking it.

In studies of the general population, 81% of patients reported that Cialis, taken as needed, improved erections. Patients who took Cialis once a day at doses of 2.5 or 5 mg also reported improved erections.

The most common side effects of Cialis are headache, dyspepsia (indigestion), back pain and myalgia (muscle pain), which are more common at higher dosages. For the full list of all side effects reported with Cialis, see the package leaflet.
The medicine should not be used in cases where sexual activity is not recommended, for example in the presence of severe heart disease. The medicine should not be taken by patients who have suffered loss of vision in the past due to a deficiency of blood supply to the optic nerve (non-arteritic anterior ischemic optic neuropathy, NAION).

Cialis should not be taken with nitrates (a type of medicine used for angina) or medicines from the “guanylate cyclase stimulators” class such as riociguat (a medicine for high blood pressure in the vessels that supply the lungs, known as pulmonary hypertension).
In Australia Cialis can be bought both in pharmacies and online; however, considering the fact that medicines for erectile dysfunctions are amongst the most generic drugs in the world, it is suggested that Cialis is bought in store-based pharmacies or reputable online pharmacies that ask for a copy of the prescription.

Seen that Cialis is usually quite well tolerated and has lower side effects than other medicines for the erectile dysfunctions, its used is increasing constantly year after year all over the world, Australia included.

As it is a drug that can potentially cause serious health damages and even be the cause of death, it is suggested that a man who wants to take this medication asks for his doctor’s opinion and undergoes several physical exams before beginning the treatment.

Erectile dysfunction affects millions of men.

In 2019, it is estimated that a little under three million new cases of erectile dysfunction will be diagnosed. This is a disturbing trend that doesn’t seem to have any end in sight. Thankfully due to the miracle of modern medicine there are a number of treatments available. What I hope to accomplish in this article is to properly inform you of which treatments you should seek. In addition to that, I want to give you a solid plan of action to follow if you suspect you are having troubles with erections.

Millions of men around the world easily miss the early signs of erectile dysfunction.

However, I can’t really blame you guys. The signs of erectile problems actually don’t have an impact on the penis until later on in the process. So what are these early signs I speak of? Well, the most common are severe headache, fatigue, and chest pain. If these symptoms seem familiar, they are. They are the exact same symptoms for high blood pressure. The fact of the matter is if your blood pressure is bad, it will have a direct impact on your quality of erection.

More obvious signs of erectile problems will have to do with the penis.

If you notice a lower quality of erection, it might be time to think about visiting your doctor. In addition to that, you want to keep an eye on your morning erections. If you aren’t having these erections at least 5 times a week. That is a major indicator that there is something wrong. I’d strongly suggest setting up an appointment with your doctor. Now I know we as men don’t like going to the doctor especially for something like this but hear me out. Erectile issues that go untreated or diagnosed end up becoming permanent over a few years time.

Once you speak to your doctor he or she will offer a number of different treatment options.

I’d suggest asking for a prescription to Levitra for a couple of reasons. The first being that the medication has a high success rate among users. The next is that Levitra is covered by some medical insurance. Other medications like Viagra or Cialis have a bit of a higher chance of not being covered. Insurance coverage is important because the medication is very expensive and there is little you can do to offset those costs. Levitra also helps offset costs because it comes in lower doses than other medications. Other medications have doses no lower than 20mg while Levitra can go as low as 10mg.

Since lower doses of medication are cheaper, Levitra wins the gold star for cost-effectiveness by default.

Levitra also wins the gold star for effectiveness too. The reason I give it that rating is because of the low dosage that it takes to be effective. Levitra users can expect to be ready to go within 15 minutes of taking the medication. When it comes to side effects Levitra has a similar list to similar medications. The most common side effects would be a headache, runny nose or an upset stomach. You can bypass these side effects by taking the medication with food but it might take longer to work. Talk to your doctor about Levitra today.