Cialis – an Approved ED Medication in the UK

Cialis packIf you are a man, perhaps you have heard of Cialis, especially if erectile dysfunction is a fear you have ever contemplated. It is more than a decade now since Cialis was licensed in the UK. Even though Cialis came into the UK after Viagra, the drug has made great gains in such a short time, primarily because it has its own benefits when it comes to the treatment of ED.

What is Cialis?

Cialis is a drug used to fight erectile dysfunction. The active ingredient of Cialis, tadalafil, has also been used to contend with the symptoms of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). As with most sexual enhancers, Cialis has been designed for use by male patients over the age of 18. So the drug should not be consumed by women or children.

What does Cialis do?

As a drug purposed towards fighting erectile dysfunction, Cialis naturally works to not only help men get erections, but it also ensures that the erections achieved are strong and long lasting. The end result is that people who were initially unable to have sex are empowered to do so. Additionally, Cialis can make sexual intercourse more prolonged, thus also helping men who suffer from premature ejaculation.

Cialis isn’t going to make the male sexual organ larger, despite what some people like to claim. Additionally, the drug will not create the desire for sex. The user has to want to have sex. He should be sexually stimulated for the drug to actually execute its operations.

How does Cialis work?

Cialis is a selective inhibitor of phosphodiesterase type 5. When taken, it has the power to inhibit the operations of the PDE5 enzyme which is responsible for regulating blood flow. In doing so, Cialis is able to increase the flow of blood to the male sexual organ, which results in the manifestation of a strong erection with which the individual in question can participate in satisfactory sex.

Cialis can help men overcome the anxiety and stress that emanates from the fear to fail to perform well sexually.couple in bed Erectile dysfunction can be caused by all manner of factors, so Cialis is not effective in every possible case; however, at least 9 out of 10 men suffering from ED benefit a lot from Cialis.

Why use Cialis?

With so many sexual enhancers on the market, one might be wondering why people in the UK are choosing Cialis. The answer is relatively simple: Cialis can remain in effect for up to 36 hours, which is far longer than Viagra and Levitra, two other ED drugs popular in the UK. So there is a reason they call it “the weekend pill”. Additionally, Cialis is one of the most effective yet most affordable sexual enhancers of its kind that have been officially approved in the UK.

What are the possible side effects?

The majority of users are unlikely to manifest side effects as a result of using Cialis. However, that being said, minor side effects are pretty common and will include headaches, indigestion, muscle aches and flushing to mention but a few.

It should be noted that most of these side effects do not require medical attention; in most cases, they are temporary and tend to go away over time. In fact, they normally manifest in individuals that are new to Cialis, becoming a thing of the past once one's body acclimates to the operations of the drug.

However, very rare but more dangerous side effects have been reported to manifest as well; such as an erection that refuses to go away for hours (priapism), for example. Some people have also complained about the impairment of hearing, blurry vision, migraines, seizures and heart palpitations.

When such symptoms or even more dangerous allergic reactions manifest, you must seek immediate medical attention.

When not to take Cialis?

Certain conditions and factors could disqualify you from taking Cialis, the most common of which being the fact that you are already taking other erectile dysfunction drugs. Combining sexual enhancers is strongly discouraged.

The presence of medical conditions like heart disease, low blood pressure, and stomach ulcers could also make Cialis dangerous for your health, which is why doctors normally ask men to fill out a questionnaire about their medical history before prescribing them Cialis.

Additionally, Cialis, as well as any other PDE5 inhibitor, is likely to cause unexpected reactions when mixed with HIV medication, medicines containing nitrates, recreational drugs and the like. You are encouraged to be as open with your doctor as possible before taking Cialis so that they can tell you whether or not the drug is a completely safe and appropriate solution to your sexual problems.