Cialis: Canada to fight potency disorders

At short notice, Cialis (tadalafil) by Eli Lilly and Company hit the pharmaceutical market. Only 6 months after the onset on the U.S. market, the drug to treat erectile dysfunction became a serious Viagra competitor. Urologists prescribe Cialis to patients in half of the cases.

As it comes from the reviews of urologists from the U.S. and Canada: Cialis is prescribed in 56 percent of cases, compared to 21% of that for Levitra and 23% - for Viagra.

The number of Cialis prescriptions is the most important indicator of future trends. Urologists are specialists to treat erectile dysfunction. Experts are waiting for them to be the first to adopt Cialis as a “favorite” drug.

Approved by the FDA in November 2003, tadalafil is the only oral prescription medication to improve potency for a period of up to 36 hours. Currently, men are free to buy Cialis site in more than 60 countries, including Australia, Brazil, Mexico, Canada, the United States and Europe.

What are the drug’s fundamental differences from Viagra and Levitra? It is a matter of effective duration on a male body.

The action of Cialis lasts 36 hours, which is very convenient for treatment of erectile dysfunction: sexual intercourse is not strictly scheduled, while a woman feels no pressure of being "ready" at some certain point. This nuance is quite important, you know. Fighting ED, men tend to miss the fact a girlfriend also faces severe emotional distress. It often happens that a partner needs psychological help after treatment. Female sexual desire falls heavily, while self-esteem is dramatically lowered.