If you are like many men who have erectile dysfunction you are probably suffering from frustration, lack of motivation and other issues. You might have tried Viagra, but maybe it wasnât the thing for you. Perhaps, the side effects that you experienced were a bit intense or the medicine just was too little or too much effective for you. Many people who are suffering with erectile dysfunction have all been there and itâs nothing to feel ashamed or embarrassed about. Millions of men are dealing with erectile dysfunction yearly, even some as young as in their 20s. Younger males might panic and older males my feel incompetent, but regardless of how you feel erectile dysfunction is a treatable condition and not much of a big deal in this day and age, so relax.
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Costs are pretty high with Cialis costing about 82 dollars a pill. Like Viagra, you want to avoid taking nitrates and beta-blocker. Symptoms include potentially nausea, headaches, vision problems, insomnia (trouble sleeping), high blood pressure and more serious issues may include heart and stroke problems or liver and kidney issues. Although, the side effects will vary wildly from person to person, most people will not have to worry about experiencing side effects. Another major issue with Cialis is that it may not work with 40 to 60% of men in South Africa (especially with men with diabetes or cholesterol issues) and ironically works better and have less side-effect for men younger than their 40s. There may be issues with Cialis as your body may adapt to it and it might not work as well as when you first took it, but taking a break from dosage should restore your sexual vitality when using the medicine again.
That being side Cialis still does carry its benefits when compared to Viagra and Levitra. If you are dealing with ED and Viagra has not worked out for you as well, then considering Cialis could very well be a good option for you.
I am medical practitioner from Cape Town. My professional interest: new treatments of erectile dysfunction.