Live a Full Life with Cialis Professional

In: Mens Health

1 Dec 2013

Live a Full Life with Cialis ProfessionalCialis is a very effective drug in treating erectile dysfunction. This medication has many advantages over Viagra and other men’s health drugs. Cialis doesn’t automatically give you an erection. You must be physically or mentally stimulated in order to get this reaction. So, you shouldn’t worry about embarrassing moments with your erection. With Cialis this process is controlled.
Cialis Professional is known for its long lasting effect. It may act in your body for around 36 hours. That is why Cialis is often called ‘the weekend pill’. If you wish to have sex more often, you may take Cialis 5mg every day. It is recommended to take one pill daily around the same time. It’s really easy to swallow a tablet and go about your day.
Unlike other men’s health medications, cialis professional is not affected by food or alcohol. Surely, you shouldn’t drink too much alcohol and avoid too fatty foods before the sexual activity.
Cialis would be especially helpful for those guys who are suffering from hypertension, so as it can slightly decrease high blood pressure. Besides, Cialis can also act as an antidepressant.
When to seek emergency medical help?
Most patients notice that Cialis has fewer adverse reactions than other medications for erectile dysfunction. However, you should be aware of the possible unwanted side effects. Common adverse symptoms may include redness or warmth in the chest, face or neck, headache, cold symptoms (stuffy nose, cough, sinus pain, and sore throat), upset stomach, back pain or muscle pain.
In most cases they are not severe and go away quickly. However, if the symptoms persist, don’t hesitate to call your doctor immediately.
Seek emergency medical care if you experience sudden vision loss or vision changes, chest pain, general ill feeling, pain spreading to your arms and shoulders, nausea, sweating, sudden hearing loss, ringing in the ears, swelling in the hands, feet or ankles, irregular heartbeat and shortness of breath.
Who shouldn’t take Cialis?
Tell your doctor or health care provider if you have a history of such conditions as:

  • heart disease, coronary artery disease, heart rhythm problems,;
  • a recent heart attack, a history of congestive heart failure or a stroke, high/low blood pressure;
  • liver/kidney disease;
  • a stomach ulcer, retinitis pigmentosa;
  • a bleeding disorder (hemophilia);
  • if you you are recommended to avoid sexual activity due to health reasons;
  • a blood cell disorder (sickle cell anemia, leukemia or multiple myeloma);
  • Peyronie’s disease (physical deformity of your penis).

Contact your doctor or health care provider to find out if this drug is the right option for you. Follow the prescription and live a full life!


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