CIALIS:

 

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Cialis is also called the new viagra
It works more specific then Viagra, and it works for as well as 24 hours.

Without the viagra side effects, of blushing and nasal stuffiness, nobody can tell that you are using something.

You'll get a hard and full erection if you are sexually exited or stimulated.

 

What is Cialis?
Cialis is in a class of medications known as PDE-5 inhibitors, which are used to treat cases of male impotence. Cialis is a fairly new drug and hasn't been put out on the market yet. Elli Lilly & Co is currently developing Cialis. The expected date Cialis will become available is still unknown, however many marketing analysts are predicting by the begging of next fall.

How does Cialis work?
Cialis acts in the same way as Viagra, by blocking an enzyme called phosphodiesterase-5, or PDE-5. This helps the smooth muscles in the penis relax and widen, which allows for more blood to enter. As a result, you gain erections faster and easier.

What's the difference between Viagra and Cialis?
Cialis comes in smaller doses and produces fewer side effects. Cialis also works much faster than Viagra. In clinical trials, the majority of men who took the drug were able to engage in sexual intercourse within 30 minutes or less. The studies also indicated that Cialis stays in the system for up to 24 hours. That's 20 hours difference than the traditional Viagra treatment.

Test results have also shown that Cialis has no adverse side effects on vision or the heart. It's believed that Cialis is more selective than Viagra at targeting PDE5 receptor sites. Besides controlling blood flow to the penis, PDE5 enzymes play in essential role in the action of cells in the brain, heart, kidney, and eyes.

How well does Cialis work?
Test results showed that out of 700 participants at least 88% of men experienced improvement with their erections.

What's the normal dose?
In clinical testing most men were administered one 10 or 20 mg tablets per day.

Are there any side effects?
The most common side effects reported in the study were headache, myalgia (muscle pain), dyspepsia (upset stomach following meals) and back pain. The severities of these side effects were minimized with lower doses.

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