How Effective is Cialis?

We’ve all seen and had a laugh at the thinly veiled innuendo in erectile dysfunction medication commercials, but many likely wonder how effective is Cialis? Cialis, like other erectile dysfunction medications, relaxes the blood vessels to improve blood flow. What makes it different, however, is the lengthy amount of time it is claimed to be effective–up to 36 hours. To figure out for yourself how effective Cialis is, consider the following.

  1. In clinical trials, Cialis dominated. Guys, even scientists, think about sex every seven seconds. This general knowledge is definitely supported by the amount of studies performed on Tadalafil, Cialis’ effective ingredient. When compared to other drugs for erectile dysfunction, Tadalafil had a longer effective duration, with an effectiveness rate of around 80% for those who took it. Additionally, it was preferred over the other erectile dysfunction medicines by the test subjects.
  2. Cialis does have side effects, but only 3.4% of men tested quit taking it. The most common side effects reported included headaches, flushing of the face, and stomachaches. None of these symptoms are particularly fun, but it’s safe to say that most men would gladly take them over erectile dysfunction. Plus, with what Cialis is effectively for, flushing is probably going to happen anyway.
  3. The area affected by erectile dysfunction is pretty important. Though it does take second stage to the vital organs. Obviously, all medications for erectile dysfunction redirect blood flow to areas that don’t normally get much blood. That simple fact means, if you take it, your blood pressure can drop sharply. Clinical trials have pointed to a lower drop in blood pressure with Cialis as opposed to other medications. If you have cardiovascular issues, it is a good idea to take the same level of caution you would with other erectile dysfunction medications.

According to evidence from clinical trials, Cialis is as effective as any other drug for erectile dysfunction. The side effects are minor, and with some more evidence, it could prove to have less of an effect on blood pressure. So, if you fit the bill and have a talk with your doctor, Cialis will likely work for you.

Resources:

Comparison of Clinical Trials with Sildenafil, Vardenafil and Tadalafil in Erectile Dysfunction

 

 

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