Side effects & Contraindications of Cialis

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Contraindications Cialis is prohibited in the following cases: when taking another medication with nitrate and nitrogen oxides; when taking indinavir and ritonavir, used in the treatment of HIV; in the presence of ischemic neuropathy of the optic nerve. Usage of the drug is not recommended in the following cases: in the presence of severe diseases of the liver and kidneys (to determine the optimal dosage, consult a doctor); in the presence of an anatomical deformation of the penis. In this case, the drug can cause pain; after a heart attack or stroke (Cialis can be taken no sooner than six months after a heart attack or stroke. It is necessary to consult a doctor before use); after difficult operations (consultation with a doctor is necessary). Taking Cialis is also contraindicated…
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Cialis vs Viagra

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The brand Viagra has long been a common name when considering drugs that increase potency. However, the popularity of Viagra does not necessarily make it a better drug. For example, in Europe and in the US, doctors prescribe Viagra to only a quarter of patients, whereas Cialis is prescribed in more than half the cases. Studies show customers prefer Cialis because of a softer action and because it works only if there is constant sexual arousal. The use of Cialis does not require any special care in the application and has some significant advantages over Viagra including: can be taken with alcohol and fatty foods; begins to act after 15-20 minutes compared to 30-40 in the case of Viagra; boasts 36 hours of action, while Viagra works only for 4-5…
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