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Erectile Dysfunction

Posted by @samavi, Mar 2, 2012

I’ve used Viagra & similar generics since ten years ago. The effect seems to have worn off. So, with brand Viagra again, all I get is a soft, willy-nilly erection & a premature ejaculation. My Dr. is understanding but leaves it to me to decide what to do next. He said I could try Cialis. I hesitated, since it has a long effect, like 36 hrs., as they say. To me Viagra’s effect shows in 30 minutes & wears off in an hour. Nowhere near what they say as 4 hrs. I don’t know about Cialis.
I very much appreciate if someone shares their experience, including the dose the’ve used. Thank you.



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Posted by @truthseeker, Apr 7, 2012

Dear Samavi,

I have used both Viagra and Cialis. The latter works much better for me. I find that even two or three days later it seems to have effect. Cialis does give me a stuffy nose, but it goes away after a few hours. Taking it two days in a row works really well too. You can and should try different dosages. I think I used 20mg and 10 mg, but I forget what and the 20mg works better, but I can feel more I took the pill (stuffy nose), so I took 20mg on day 1 and 10 mg on day 2 and that served for about three days.


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Posted by @philuser, Apr 9, 2012

How old are you? Do you think you may have Erectile Dysfunction? This usually happens to much older men. Here are some causes:

Physical Damage:
The most common of the causes of impotence are due to damage to arteries, smooth muscles, and fibrous tissues, most often from injury and disease.

Approximately 70% of the causes of impotence are brought about by diseases such as diabetes, kidney disease, chronic alcoholism, multiple sclerosis, atherosclerosis and vascular disease.

The side effects of certain medications including antihistamines, antidepressants, high blood pressure drugs, tranquilizers, appetite suppressants and medications for ulcers can also be classified as causes of impotence.

Stress & Psychological Factors:
Some causes of impotence may be attributed to psychological issues such as stress, anxiety, guilt, depression, low self-esteem, and fear of sexual failure.

Other causes of impotence:
Smoking and diet can be other likely causes of impotence as they can affects blood flow in veins and arteries. Hormonal abnormalities from insufficient testosterone levels can also be a cause of impotence. If this is the problem, the best way to treat it is with Natural Bioidentical Testosterone creams.


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