Cialis, for long nights of love

n February 14, 2018, Valentine’s Day arrived in our pharmacies a small yellow pill named Cialis ®, a new treatment for erectile dysfunction. A nice gift for men who have suffered sexual breakdowns … and for their partner.

Millions of men from all over the world are reported to be suffering from erectile dysfunction. Since 1999, they had to deal with their problem only one drug. They have the choice today.

A very promising drug Cialis – ErectionCialis® has the same mechanism of action as Viagra®: it works by inhibiting phosphodiesterase 5. This means that it prevents this protein responsible for the disorders from acting and allows if there are stimulations and desire to get an erection. But unlike Viagra®, it offers the advantage of being taken more than 24 hours before intercourse. 60% of men taking 20 mg of Cialis® still respond to this product 36 hours after 1. This long period of action removes some psychological blockages related to the need to plan relationships.

This flexibility in the possibility of being able to be taken more than 24 hours before intercourse should make it a great success, considers Dr. Jean-Jacques Weitzman. “Indeed, Viagra® must be taken one hour before a possible meeting, but many men are embarrassed by the need to schedule sex without knowing how the partner will be prepared for it. content with Viagra® but often complain about taking the drug for nothing that causes anxiety, taking a 24-hour tablet will be radically different psychologically because you have the whole day to put you in the mood.

More than 80% efficiency
Cialis® has been the subject of more than 60 studies worldwide and has been tested in 1,112 men aged 22 to 82 years against an inactive substance (placebo). After taking 20 mg of this drug, erection is improved in 81% of men (compared to only 35% under placebo) and three-quarters of men then achieve full sex.

Cialis ® also works regardless of the age of men who use it and it corrects erectile dysfunction of various origins, especially those related to diabetes, usually very difficult to treat. For example, one study found a 64% improvement in erections in men with diabetes after 20 mg Cialis® (25% on placebo), which is a great success in this condition.

It also appears to be well tolerated, as the percentage of treatment discontinuations reported under this drug is relatively low (1.7%) compared to the placebo (1.1%). The main side effects are headaches and gastric problems (dyspepsia) but they are generally not very intense.

With Cialis ®, patients with erectile dysfunction find a sex life. Without having their eyes fixed on the clock, they have, with their partner, the freedom to choose the best moment for their intimate relationships.