How to use Cialis: when and how should i take it?
Did you know that more than 50% of men over the age of 40 suffer from some kind of erectile dysfunction?
All across the world, since time immemorial, erectile dysfunction has been a part of the male sexual experience whether we like to admit it or not. Yet as common as this problem is, men are often too embarrassed or ashamed to even talk about it with their doctor, and often prefer to hide it and deal with it alone. More’s the pity, because there’s a cure. It’s called Cialis.
How to use it?
Also known as the weekend pill (it lasts a whopping 36 hours), Cialis is a pharmaceutical designed to deal with impotence. Since its release in 2003, Cialis has helped millions of men not just with erectile dysfunction but with other related issues such as the performance anxiety that impotence can lead to.
Doctors can sometimes be at a loss to describe the factors that can cause someone to develop erectile dysfunction, but they’re all in agreement that Cialis is a surefire solution to its disruptive symptoms, and to the woes of its many sufferers.
You can take Cialis once a day to ensure a more than adequate performance, and you can take it up to 30 minutes before intercourse. Cialis is available in varying formats of 5, 10, and 20 mg tablets. You can purchase it at your local pharmacy or at any online pharmacy you trust. Prices can start at around 100 dollars but they will rise quickly depending on the tablet size and quantity. It’s really up to you to decide how much you need and for how long.
Can I buy CIalis without prescription?
While it may be possible to order or buy over the counter, it’s highly recommended to get it as a prescription simply because Cialis may not be suitable for you. Always consult with your doctor if you’re thinking of taking Cialis. If you have another condition for which you take other pills such as alpha blockers, if you have a history of heart disease, if you’ve suffered heart attacks, if you’re diabetic, or have any of a host of other conditions, definitely consult with your doctor to confirm that Cialis is compatible with your medical history.
Cialis: mild and severe side effects
The most common side effects are relatively mild and may include: headache, nausea, back pain, muscle ache, heartburn. You should also note that if you experience an erection that lasts more than four hours, you should see your doctor. If you experience a painful erection that lasts up to six hours, please see your doctor.
If you experience any sudden changes to your vision, please see your doctor. Also note that these interactions are relatively rare and do not affect most users. Most users will have nothing to worry about.
For the overwhelming majority of men, Cialis is a painless and welcome change to their lives. Whether you’re under or over 40, whether you’re a senior citizen or a 20 year old, at the end of the day, erectile dysfunction does not discriminate, and neither should you.
The benefits are simply too good, the ease of use simple as can be. Ask your doctor about Cialis and look it up in your local pharmacies.
Cialis: it lasts 36 hours, and with it, so can you.
Medical Practitioner (General Practice) with postgraduate diplomas in Cape Town. My special interest is erectile dysfunction.