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First of all please know that erectile dysfunction causes are many and simply popping a pill isn’t always the best solution. A doctor can diagnose the underlying cause and solve the core issue. The best approach is to fight the root cause whilst supplementing it with oral medications like Cialis or Viagra. Also remember, not all medications work equally for everyone. Cialis is a prescription drug and it is so with good reason. Cialis is a PDE5 inhibitor and like Viagra is a drug that has a blood pressure lowering affect and someone with perennial low BP is at risk. It’s also important to understand the drugs you are currently taking for any other ailments you have. Analyzing that can help determine if Cialis will adversely affect your well being, or if it will prove to be ineffective in combination with certain medications.

For instance Cialis is known to be dangerous to patients who are taking nitrates which is usually prescribed for chest pain. Some patients are also known to experience rapid heart beat syndrome whilst in few others the side effects like musle pain, nausea etc are more severe than normal. Only a qualified doctor can assess your personal condition. Cialis is a clinically proven medication and is considered safe, but as with any medication there could be side effects that one must be aware of. Side effects include muscle aches, back pain, stuffy nose, indigestion, headache etc. Many of the symptoms disappear after a while or with few doses. Very rare cases of blurred vision has been reported and in such cases you will need to see a doctor. Extremely rare isolated cases of priapism(erections lasting 4hours) have been reported(1 in a million) and in such cases you will need to call your doctor and receive treatment.

ED could be the direct result of long term high BP problems. High BP can cause blood vessel damage in the penis and lead to to erectile dysfunction. Years of uncontrolled blood sugar levels can cause ED apart from other health problems, so Diabetic patients should take special care to keep their sugar levels under control. Long term side effects of cholesterol causes the blood vessels in the penis to narrow. This will cause e restriction in the blood flow to the penis that will impact the quality of erections. Conditions like multiple sclerosis and Parkinson’s disease can impact erectile function as the penis might not receive nerve messages from the spinal cord or brain and hence due to the absence of nitric oxide trigger needed for natural erections, ED can occur. Testosterone levels controls a man’s libido and sexual desire and if that is low there will be insufficient desire and motivation. This will affect sexual performance.

Obesity, excessive smoking, alcohol abuse can all cause erectile dysfunction. Injuries or surgery to the pelvic area could also cause ED. Bladder, rectal and especially prostrate surgery can cause ED. Some medicines that are used to treat high BP and allergies might also temporarily affect penile erections. If you suspect that such medications might be the culprit consult with your doctor. ED can sometimes be psychological in nature. Factors like stress, depression or unhappy marriages can also cause ED.