Cialis is more than holding hands in the bathtub : An honest review
In this article, let’s take an in-depth look at Cialis, one of the most popular erectile dysfunction treatments on the market, and answer the questions that you may have been too embarrassed to ask. We’ll go over the different types of Cialis and Cialis alternatives, we’ll touch on the dosage, and how to take it, we’ll cover the different things Cialis can do, and the other disorders it can treat.
So first of all, what is Cialis, and what different types are there?
Branded Cialis, the original orange pill, was created and sold in a partnership between ICOS and GlaxoSmithKline. It would be the only ICOS drug approved before their business went under, and since then it has been sold by GlaxoSmithKline and Bayer. This is the Cialis that most people know and love, the official, the original. There are also generics, like Tadacip, Tadalis, Tadarise, and Forzest, that use the same chemical compounds as the official Cialis in generally the same dosage. These days, however, many people are looking for alternative ways to take medicines, so very recently different companies have been marketing drugs such as “Cialis Soft”, a chewable drop-like candy, and “Apcalis Oral Jelly”, an ED jelly similar to the famous Kamagra jelly.
Can you take Cialis daily, to maintain almost normal erection ability, or should you only take it before intercourse?
Generally, any medicine you take daily will affect your kidney and liver function to some degree, but for the most part, if we have a chronic illness, the doctor will recommend that we take daily medicine anyway – because the benefits outweigh the risks. When we’re talking about our quality of life, which is severely impacted by erectile dysfunction, the same is true – the benefits outweigh the risks. If you have liver or kidney disease, or already have decreased function, you should definitely confirm it with your doctor first, but for most people, if you take a low dosage of Cialis every day, or every other day, you can greatly increase your quality of life, and bring back a more natural feeling to sexual activity.
You’ll only want to do this with 5mg or 10mg dosages of Cialis, and it will kick in after about 20 minutes and last for around 36 hours – so if you’re taking it every other day, try to time the twelve-hour gap to around your sleep cycle.
Will it make me last longer? Will it make my penis bigger? How can I maximise the effect? Is it safe?
Yes, it will likely make you last longer, but not by much. Cialis increases the blood going to your penis, which takes away some of the sensitivity that you would usually have. If you really want to go all night, though, maybe try Cialis in combination with a lidocaine numbing spray – but confirm it with your doctor first.
No, it won’t make your penis bigger, but the “engorged” effect from the increase in blood flow may make it look bigger temporarily – better than nothing right?
If you want to maximise the effect, don’t have sex or masturbate for a week before taking it, drink a lot of water, and have a full, hearty meal about six hours before intercourse. Make sure you’ve had plenty of sleep the night before, and do whatever you need to really get you in the mood.
Good luck, and be safe.