Viagra vs. Cialis - 10 THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW

Viagra vs. Cialis - 10 THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW
Viagra vs. Cialis - 10 THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW
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Most people know what Sildenafil is, the generic name for Viagra. They even know how to take it--1 hour before sex. You’ll hear your pharmacist say that you should expect your boner to last about 4 hours and not to take with nitrates or if you have certain heart conditions. Also, that it will likely cause a pounding headache in 10 percent of patients who take it. Blah, blah, blah.

Tadalafil.

The what??? It sort of rhymes with Sildenafil, but...what is Tadalafil?

Tadalafil is the lesser known generic name for Cialis. One of the other drugs used to treat erectile dysfunction, or “ED” for short, developed by Eli Lilly back in 2003. Now you know what I’m talking about! Viagra is the most commonly known medication used to treat ED, but since its launch, Cialis has become most prescribed medicine to treat erectile dysfunction and for few good reasons.

Cialis users have reported less incidences of side effects, such as headache and flushing, but its success was largely due to its longer duration of action (one dose of Cialis lasting up to 48 hours versus 4 hours with Viagra). Cialis also has an approval from the FDA for daily use which allows the patient to “get it on” without missing a beat when his partner is ready.

One tablet of Cialis 20 mg can cost anywhere between 75 to 90 dollars!!! Holy shit!

Good news! Cialis is set to go generic as early as September of 2018. Many men suffering from ED who actually prefer Cialis, but settling with the cheaper Sildenafil, are flooding our inbox with questions.

Here are 10 THINGS you should keep in mind when taking Cialis:

1. Cialis comes in 2.5, 5, 10, and 20 mg tablets.

2. Cialis is approved to treat erectile dysfunction (ED).

3. Cialis 2.5 mg and 5 mg can be used once daily to treat ED without regards to timing of sex.

4. Cialis 2.5 mg and 5 mg tablets are also FDA approved for daily use to treat enlarged prostate or BPH.

4. Recommended dosage for Cialis is 10 mg, taken at least an hour or two before sexual intercourse. Dosage can be bumped up to 20 mg or down to 5 mg based on results, tolerance, and severity of side effects.

5. Once taken, Cialis has lasting effects of up to 48 hours. Which means, taking Cialis requires less precise planning for potential sex because of its longer lasting effects.

6. Cialis 2.5 mg and 5 mg tablets can be taken daily. This treatment option has been shown to be quite effective with less side effects.

7. Cialis can be taken with or without food.

8.Cialis is contraindicated if you are currently taking a drug in a class called nitrates to treat certain heart conditions.

9. The most common side effects of Cialis include headache, flushing, heartburn, joint pain, back pain, and temporary vision changes.

10. Cialis will not protect a man or his partner from STDs including HIV.

I get it. It’s a little awkward discussing ED even with your physician. One thing you want to remember is that ED could be a symptom associated with a more serious underlying health condition involving your circulatory system or heart.

Don’t blow it off. Get yourself checked out at the first sign of ED and try to identify if a more serious health condition exists.

Please keep in mind that about 80 percent of all online purchases of ED medications can be counterfeit. So do your due diligence on your source, better yet, purchase from a licensed pharmacy purchasing drugs from a wholesaler based here in the U.S, like Honeybee.

Last, but not least, be sure to take your Cialis with a glass of water. Otherwise, you’ll get a stiff neck. Take care of your Peter. Kiki do you love me.

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