Do you know that the FDA has approved only three drugs to treat erectile dysfunction?
Do you know that the FDA has approved only three drugs to treat erectile dysfunction? One of these is Cialis, so it is very reassuring to know that the FDA considers it to be safe and effective if correctly used. Erectile dysfunction is diagnosed when an adult male is unable to achieve an erection that is firm enough to have sex. Here’s another interesting fact – nearly 30 million American men suffer with this problem.
The condition affects men differently. Some men can achieve an erection but it does not last, while some men are completely unable to get any kind of erection at all. Naturally this is an embarrassing problem therefore lots of men are reticent to approach a doctor. This is very unfortunate because erectile dysfunction can be simply treated in the majority of cases.
It can affect all age-groups, but it is more likely to occur after the age of 45. Young men rarely suffer with the problem unless they have been injured or have a psychological problem. Stats reveal that by the time men reach the age of 45, most will have some type of erectile dysfunction.
If you are suffering in silence, the best thing to do is book a visit to your doctor. Your doctor will be aware of your embarrassment and will be very understanding. After giving you a physical exam and discussing your medical history, your doctor is likely to suggest you use Cialis.
Cialis contains a pharmaceutical agent called tadalafil which is medically known as a PDE5 inhibitor. This ingredient is able to increase the amount of nitric oxide produced in the body which can improve blood flow. This will allow your penis to receive a healthy supply of blood which is required for an erection to occur.
The benefits of Cialis have been well documented. This means that, as long as you use it responsibly, you will be able to become sexually active. Cialis is easy to use. The dosage is just one tablet taken about half an hour before you and your partner become sexual aroused.