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Erectile Dysfunction

Posted by @samavi in Men's Health, 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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truthseeker

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.

Posted by Anonymous-27ca46bd, 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.

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.

Medication:
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.

source: http://www.bio-identical-testosterone.com

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