Is Cialis stronger than Viagra?
In any case, it allows you more time for sex thanks to the fact it lasts for 36 hours, on average…
Does it mean a non-stop erection for 24 to 36 hours?
It’s true that Cialis® (Tadalafil) works for 24 hours. However, there is no risk of priapism (a continuous erection) as it does not give you an immediate erection. “This medication is not an aphrodisiac. It works by helping blood flow to the penile tissue to help you gain an erection,” states professor Pierre Costa, Head of Urology at Nimes University Hospital. You only get an erection from sexual stimulation, and you will lose it after the sexual act. You can gain an erection six minutes after taking the pill and anytime for up to thirty-six hours later for some people…which gives you plenty of time for spontaneity in the bedroom.
Is Cialis® proven to be effective?
Like Viagra®, Cialis has been proven to be effective thanks to numerous studies. According to some studies, more than 80% of Cialis users reported an improvement in their erection. But as well as giving you a better erection, this medication also helps to increase the number of successful sexual acts for 75% of users.
What are the heart risks caused by Cialis?
Cialis’s cardiovascular effect was tested before it was put on the market (several deaths were reported after the arrival of Viagra in 1998). The result: no significant changes in blood pressure or heart rate were recorded. Therefore, there are no major cardiovascular risks involved with Cialis (Tadalafil) if you take all of the contraindications into account: do not take with nitrates or if you have a history of heart diseases, such as a recent heart attack, angina or severe heart failure.
What precautions should I take with Cialis?
Unlike Viagra, you aren’t banned from having a nice romantic meal before doing the deed. There are no interactions between this product and either food or alcohol. However, it won’t prevent any side effects due to too much food or champagne!
Erectile dysfunction (also known as impotence) is a very common health problem in France and Europe. Most men will experience this problem at some point during their life.
The statistics speak for themselves: 50% of men aged between 40 and 70 suffer from erectile problems, and numerous men below 40 years of age also suffer from it.
You can rest assured because there are many treatments available today to treat erectile dysfunction problems. Before taking treatment, it is often recommended to figure out the causes of your erectile problems. The causes of erectile dysfunction can be physical or psychological.
The principal cause of erectile dysfunction for more than 70% of men is generally due to the penile arteries becoming narrowed. This can be caused by high blood pressure or cholesterol levels, smoking, as well as other risk factors.
Finally, in order to treat this problem, you should consult your doctor and have a medical consultation. Your doctor could then prescribe you a treatment based on your health condition. The two most prescribed treatments for erectile problems are Viagra and Cialis.
Today, Cialis is used and appreciated by millions of men worldwide thanks to its numerous advantages; the first of which being that it lasts longer than any other drug on the market. Cialis is often nicknamed ‘the weekend pill’ because of its 36-hour duration of use.
Medical review on 6 May 2017 by Dr. Martin Trudeau