One tablet corrects ED and BHP
A recent clinical study showed that a daily dose of tadalafil or Cialis can significantly reduce the symptoms of erectile dysfunction (ED) and benign prostatic hyperplasia or BHP. This can be seen as very good news for older men, where the two conditions often occur simultaneously. Now they can kill almost two birds with one stone and take one less tablet in the morning.
In a large, expert-reviewed clinical trial, Dr. Gregory Broderick of the Mayo Clinic 1,056 older men with erectile dysfunction and benign enlarged prostate. It was a randomized, placebo-controlled study. The results were impressive for tadalafil for the treatment of ED and BPH. The author of the study concluded that if you go to the doctor for mild to moderate erectile dysfunction and a mild to moderate enlarged prostate, you will likely experience improvement in either condition if you use Tadalafil 5 mg daily. or more.
The reason why these scientific discoveries are of such interest is that so far, men suffering from BPH, that is, practically all men over a certain age, have been offered a drug called alpha-adrenergic, of which Flomax and Omnic may have been the one are most popular. And although these drugs are very safe and effective in relieving BPH symptoms, they do not help with erectile dysfunction at all. Men with BPH and erectile dysfunction, i.e. almost all men over a certain age, have to take an additional medication like Viagra to solve the latter problem. It is no longer the best practice since we now know that one pill - Cialis - can solve both problems at the same time.
However, be warned. Don't go to your doctor to complain about BHP and ED, and expect him to give you 10 mg of Cialis daily to solve both problems. The chances are overwhelming against what's actually going on. First, your family doctor may not even know about the recent Broderick study. Secondly, doctors who are the conservative people may not be ready to prescribe "off-label", that is, prescribe Cialis for BPH, for which it is not yet approved.
Finally, there will be another hurdle for doctors prescribing Cialis for BHP and ED, and that's it. Some doctors believe that older men with erectile dysfunction should not be treated at all because their erectile dysfunction is "part of aging" and it is better to leave them alone. What should a man do if all of these factors speak against your daily administration of Cialis to help you with the symptoms of erectile dysfunction and BHP? My advice is to go to your doctor, who is armed with a copy of the Broderick study, and ask him for a prescription for a daily 10 mg dose of Cialis and kill two birds with one stone. Good luck!
Correct your erectile dysfunction before Valentine's Day
Valentine's Day is also National Helpless Day. The fact that the day of expressing love falls on the same day as the condition that affects the expression of love is something to think about. Over half of men over 40 suffer from erectile dysfunction, but only 10% of them seek treatment. This may be the reason why so many men find Valentine's Day very intimidating. This Valentine's Day is changing the way you perceive your condition. Talk to your partner and you will find that there was no need to worry.
Erectile dysfunction is not the end of life. This can happen for a variety of reasons, from diabetes to kidney problems, decreased blood flow to the penis, stress, anxiety, and depression. Any of these physical and psychological factors can cause your condition. Worries only increase your stress and worsen your condition. Erectile dysfunction can easily be treated with medications such as Viagra, Cialis and Levitra. All of these drugs are prescription drugs and are available online. So you can speak anonymously to a doctor and have your medication delivered discreetly without telling anyone about your condition.
Viagra is the first drug to be provided for erectile dysfunction. This medication is solely responsible for changing the perception of erectile dysfunction. This condition is no longer considered taboo because the easy availability of Viagra allows people to speak freely about their condition without having to see a doctor.
Levitra Levitra is the second drug approved to treat impotence. It has been shown to work in a number of cases where Viagra has failed. Men with many other conditions choose Levitra to treat their condition due to the low dose and fewer side effects.
Cialis The active ingredient in Cialis is Tadalafil and starts to work in just 30 minutes and lasts 36 hours. It is by far the shortest and most durable drug. For this reason, many affectionately call it "the weekend pill".
Tips for this Valentine's Day
You have a number of options to choose from to solve your impotence problem. Don't be intimidated by helplessness on Valentine's Day. Eat by candlelight with your loved one, express your feelings and love, and don't worry about your condition. With Viagra, Cialis, or Levitra, you can prepare for things to come after dinner and have a conversation in just an hour. Just be sure to limit your alcohol consumption and smoking as these habits can limit the effects of drugs in your body.