1 in 5 Australian men are affected by erectile dysfunction to some degree, once they pass they age of 40, and 1 in 10 Australian men are completely unable to maintain an erection in any way.
Cialis is a prescription-only drug belonging to the Vasodilator category, a group of medicines that dilate (open) blood vessels, which allows blood to flow more easily. This means that it can treat erectile dysfunction, an enlarged prostate, and even high blood pressure in the lungs (also referred to as Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension). This medicine is also sold under the generic name of Tadalafil.
Many men use this medication when they have trouble keeping an erect penis before or during sexual intercourse. (Erectile dysfunction can also be referred to as impotence.) This can cause a lot of needless frustration and even relationship problems. Many men around the world have successfully used this medication to improve their erections, and therefore their personal sex lives. Cialis, in combination with sexual stimulation, helps a man build and keep an erection by stimulating blood flow to the penis. Erectile dysfunction can also be a warning sign that there are more serious conditions taking place in your body, such as diabetes or heart disease.
Before you start taking this medication, your doctor will make sure that it is safe for you to take by making sure you do not have certain medical conditions, such as a stroke in the past 6 months, heart problems (like heart attacks or irregular heartbeats in the past 6 months, heart failure, angina/chest pain, etc.), liver disease, kidney disease, variations with high or low blood pressure, a severe case of dehydration, penis conditions (such as Peyronie’s Disease, fibrosis or scarring, or angulation), priapism (which means a painful or prolonged erection), conditions that may increase the risk of priapism (such as multiple myeloma, sickle cell anemia, or leukemia), bleeding disorders, ulcerations of the stomach, and eye problems (such as sudden decreased vision and retinitis pigmentosa).
Although many people who use this medication do not have serious side effects, some common side effects include dizziness, headache, flushing, upset stomach, stuffy nose, back pain, and muscle pain. You should avoid drinking alcohol while taking this prescription because the alcohol can cause severe interactions with the medication. If you have an erection that lasts more than 4 hours, this can be a serious medical emergency that can require shunts or even major medical surgery. It is highly recommended that you talk with your pharmacist about any concerns regarding serious side effects and dangers of the medication, as well as its benefit to you, so that you can help weigh the pros and cons of taking it.
Cialis prices in Australia
Cialis prices vary, starting at around $6.00 (Australian Dollars/AUD) per pill for the 2.5 mg and 5 mg doses, to as much as $25.00 to $38.00 (also AUD) per pill for the 10 mg and 20 mg doses. You can split a higher-dose pill to help decrease your cost, if two strengths are close in price. You should ask your doctor first, though, if this is a safe option for you. Cialis can be purchased online through online pharmacy sites such as viagramelbourne.com. You can choose which dosage and number of pills you need of the medication. Shipping prices vary on different online pharmacy sites. The site viagramelbourne.com offers a Trackable Courier Service that requires you to be present for and to sign for upon delivery of your medication. They will send your medication in a discreet envelope that looks like a regular letter envelope, so that no one is aware of its contents. The medication will be surrounded in bubble wrap for extra protection of the product. On the same site, you can cancel your order up until 24 hours after you make your purchase. If your order gets lost in the mail, they will re-ship your medication for free or offer you a refund.
If you are tired of dealing with the frustration and embarrassment caused by your erectile dysfunction problems, find out from your doctor and pharmacist if Cialis could be right for you.