How Cialis prevents ED

It’s really funny how only thirty years ago, we didn’t have an effective way of treating something as common as erectile dysfunction. Yes, there were vacuum pumps, squirt hormones, injections and even surgery, but none of them could ever claim to be effective in treating or preventing erectile dysfunction in the long run.

The situation change for the better in the span of just 5 years, between 1998 and 2003, when three great drugs for treating impotency problem appeared. These were Viagra, Levitra and Cialis. While the first two are very good ED drugs and can treat this problem quite effectively, I’ll focus on Cialis instead in order to bring it a little closer to you.

Cialis appeared on the market around the end of the 2003 and immediately became very popular. Sure, it had a big rival from the start in Viagra, which was already established as a very effective ED drug, but it managed to find its place on the market for erectile dysfunction drugs nevertheless.

Like all other drugs for treating this problem, Cialis is a PDE-5 inhibitor. This means that it does not heal it, but rather temporary solve the problem for you. It does this by allowing blood to freely flow through the arteries and to the penis, which is important if you want to be able to achieve a good and lasting penile erection. Of course, taking a pill of Cialis is just one part. You also have to be properly sexually aroused in order to get an erection as well.

In most cases Cialis will work after around 20 minutes after it is orally consumed. This time can be a little longer, depending on your health condition as well as some other factors. Also, unlike Viagra, you can take Cialis on an empty as well as on a full stomach. It will work in both cases, although it may take a little longer for it to start working if you had a heavy meal before it.

Take Cialis only with a prescription. It’s strongly unrecommended to take it with nitroglycerin, alpha blockers and certain other drugs (ask your doctor about them). This is because combining Cialis with these drugs can lower your blood pressure to really dangerous levels.

Most side effects of Cialis are mild and don’t last for long, like: headache, stuffy or runny nose and muscle or back pain. However, other, much more serious side effects can also occur, like vision problems (blurred vision, loss of peripheral vision, photosensitivity, difficulty telling certain colors, etc), priapism (an erection that lasts for several hours), or some other problems.

Cialis (Tadalafil) is available in over 70 countries all over the world. This also means that there are a lot of places where you can get it illegally. Avoid them and only get your Cialis from a reputable source, whether you are doing this in a regular pharmacy or an online one. This way, you will avoid buying fake Cialis.