Treatment For Erectile Dysfunction


Erectile Dysfunction is a common problem that is plaguing five to ten percent of men at the age of 40. The numbers are greater in men older than 70. Being unable to attain an erect penis or maintaining one during sex is what constitutes this problem.

Depending on the cause of the erectile dysfunction, the doctor may prescribe different treatments. Those who experience ED because of psychological reasons may be advised to change their lifestyle or seek therapy. While others with physical problems may be prescribed anti-ED drugs. Viagra (sildenafil), Cialis (tadalafil) and Levitra (vardenafil hydrochloride) are approved for the treatment of impotence. These drugs are called phosphodiesterase or PDE inhibitors. These drugs work by holding back one type of enzyme called cyclic GMP phosphodiesterase. There are several phosphodiesterase in the body that play a key role in different body functions. The brain releases chemical that is called nitric oxide in order to trigger the nerves in the penis to give an erection. The cyclic GMP is the secondary chemical that enables it. Men with ED may lack production of the cGMP. is what PDE does. They break down the molecules and produce more of the chemical. CIALIS is one of the most prescribed medications for erectile dysfunction. It was developed by was discovered by GlaxoSmithKline and contains tadalfil. It should not be taken together with a nitrate drug for heart ailments. The combination of the two drugs may lead to sudden drop in blood pressure. Dizziness and nausea along with pain, tingling or lack of feeling in the chest, jaw, neck or arms is a serious side effect that should be dealt with immediately. Seek professional help if you notice these.

Take extra caution by informing your doctor if you have other health related problems such as liver and kidney failure, leukemia, sickle cell anemia, allergies, heart ailments and stroke. It should not be taken with another sildenafil drug such as Viagra. Another side effect is the unexpected loss of vision. This is rare but is a possibility. Those who experience it have already previous eye problems like diabetes. If this occurs, seek medical help as soon as you can. Cialis can only be taken once a day or once in 24 hours. Most of the time, it is only used when desired, right before intercourse. It can be ingested with or without food. Adcirca and Cialis should not be taken at the same time. Overdose symptoms may include light headedness, irregular heartbeat and chest pain. Seek medical help or call a poison help line. Avoid alcohol while under the treatment because it may amplify the side effects.

Cialis can be purchased online but it is advisable to seek out medical opinion and prescription. The doctor will decide whether you are fit enough to take it. Disclose all your medical information and medication so he/she can assess if there is possible risk. Some components of the pill can stay in your system 2 days after taking it or even longer if you have kidney or liver problems. It is offered for $1.53 per pill.