Cialis in the treatment of erectile dysfunction, an overview: Uses, side effects, and risks

Cialis (tadalafil) is a revolutionary drug used to treat erectile dysfunction. This same drug can also be used to treat pulmonary arterial hypertension and benign prostatic hyperplasia, which is a condition where the prostate gland becomes enlarged and can cause blockage during urination. Cialis works by increasing blood flow to the penis, during sexual arousal. As is to be expected, any man with a preexisting heart condition should seek medical advice before using Cialis. Cialis also comes with a series of serious side effects and should only be acquired through reputable medical sources. 

It's important to note that Cialis DOES NOT cause sexual arousal. A man must be stimulated in order to take advantage of the drug's effects on the penis. Tadalafil was first approved for use in the United States in 2003 for the treatment of erectile dysfunction. Cialis is marketed in coated, yellow tablets, which are available in 5, 10 or 20 milligram doses. Cialis works wonders for erectile dysfunction, but should never be taken more than once within a 24-hour period. Once again, a man must be sexually aroused in order for the drug to work. The drug's only function is to enable an erection after sexual arousal. It is recommended that Cialis be taken at least 30 minutes before sexual intercourse.

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A dose of 10-20 milligrams every 24 hours is not recommended, because a portion of the drug will remain in a man's system for the full 24 hours. If you're expecting to be sexual active at least twice a week, the recommended daily dosage is 5 milligrams. No one under the age of 18 should use Cialis. Pairing Cialis with a nitrate medication is not recommended. This can cause a sudden drop in blood pressure. If the following symptoms occur during sexual intercourse, it is recommended that you stop using Cialis: dizziness, nausea or numbness in your arms, jaw, chest or neck. 

Remember to seek medical consultation before buying Cialis from online. People with high or low blood pressure or heart risk of any kind should not use Cialis. If you've had a stroke within the last 6 months, DO NOT use Cialis. Anyone with a preexisting blood disorder (leukemia, anemia, hemophilia, etc.) should not use Cialis. Other red flags include history of liver or kidney disease, stomach ulcer, retinitis pigmentosa, deformities of the penis, or ANY condition on which a person has been previously advised to not have sexual intercourse. 

In addition, some people who have used Cialis have reported sudden hearing loss. 

Cialis can be acquired online, but it's STRONGLY RECOMMENDED that it be acquired in-person, via prescription from a medical professional. 

If you've carefully read the warnings above, and you still think Cialis is right for you, then take advantage of this opportunity to improve your love life tenfold. 


Cialis is the worst thing to happen to my marriage. My husband is 63. He has diabetes, which causes the erectile dysfunction. Cialis is expensive. Buying Cialis causes my husband to think that when he buys it we have to get the use out of it. I am forced to have sex when I do not want to, because he thinks he should get his money's worth. The doctor continues writing the prescription and has even put the stupid yellow pills in my purse as samples as we walk out the door! The reason I bring up the erection problem with the doctor is not because I want sex, it's because I see it as a symptom of something else being wrong with my husband. Cialis is a failure in marriage. Cialis is humiliating for both me and my husband. The erections are weird. It causes a hard shaft, but the head of the penis is spongy. It is not a real erection like my husband gets from sexual arousal. When I find the pills in my husband's stash places I flush them down the toilet. I no longer have a sexual desire for my husband, because these pills have taken our romance away and I am left feeling like a sex worker. When I turn him away he masterbates excessively to get use of the stupid little yellow pills. 

Jake Jacobs