Jun 02

Viagra and Cialis. Some Differences

Posted: under Men's Health.
Tags: , , June 2nd, 2009

Viagra (Sildenafil) is a medication prescribed by doctors to help men who suffer from erectile dysfunction to have sex. Erectile dysfunction is when the penis is unable to become hard or stay hard enough to finish intercourse. Viagra should be taken 30 to 60 minutes before having intercourse. Since many consider Viagra to be expensive, here are some alternatives to Viagra, and even female Viagra is available on the website.

Cialis (TADALAFIL) works quickly – for some men, within 30 minutes – and can last up to 36 hours. This means that you and your lover can enjoy spontaneity, responding to sex if the moment is right. Certainly your results can be varied, so talk to your physician to see if Cialis is a good choice for you. In clinical trials, Cialis helped men with ED have one successful intercourse attempt as long as 36 hours after taking a dose. No studies have been done on Tadalafil for multiple sexual attempts per dose.

Both can cause definite side effects, including four hour, or longer, erections. Effects are not the same for each man. Use them both and compare the effects. Cialis is a more recent drug so we don’t know yet what its collateral effects are over the long term.

The choice is up to you.

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