Cheap Cialis in Australia

John Rogers

John Rogers

General Practioner at The Royal Melbourne Hospital
I am a GP working in Melbourne, AU. My special interests are male health and erectile dysfunction.
John Rogers

Cialis, the well known drug used for treating the symptoms of both erectile dysfunction (ED) and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) is available both over the counter and online with a physician’s prescription and at some online sites, without a prescription in Austrailia. However, caution should always be used when dealing with online sites as you may not be getting genuine Cialis medication.
ED can happen at any age, but is more likely to occur in older men. It is condition in which a man has difficulty initiating and maintaining an erection.

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BPH causes problems with urination, for example Needing to go often or suddenly, the flow of urine stopping and starting during urination, feeling the need to force or push during urination, having a weak stream of urine, having the bladder fail to empty completely, getting up frequently during the night to urinate.

The first step to take if you are having symptoms of ED or BPH is to contact your physician and a have a talk about your concerns. Remember to inform him or her of all the medications you currently use, especially nitrates such as nitroglycerin, alpha blockers, oral antifungal medication, antibiotics, or blood pressure medication. Also advise of any allergy reactions to Cialis or similar medications, such reactions could include a rash, hives, difficulty with breathing, difficulty swallowing or swollen lips, tongue or throat.
There are are also certain conditions you should take particular note to inform your provider: any and all heart problems, uncontrolled low or high blood pressure, stroke, pulmonary hypertension, if you are on dialysis, retinitis pigmentosa or any severe vision loss, stomach ulcers or bleeding, a deformed penis, an erection that has lasted more than four hours, blood cells disorders such as leukemia, multiple myeloma or sickle cell anemia.
If you are diagnosed with ED or BPH you can ask your healthcare provider if Cialis would work for you.

Cialis comes in a variety of doses and applications. Orally it can be taken daily or as needed. Prescriptions can be written for thirty sixty or ninety days. Cialis can last for up to 36 hours.
The most common side effects of Cialis usually go away after a few hours. These may include indigestion, back pain, headaches, muscle aches, becoming flushed and having a runny or stuffy nose. Muscle and back back pain usually occurs in the first twelve to twenty four hours but begins to fade away after two days.

Less common but more severe side effects include sudden loss of vision and sudden loss of hearing which can occur in men taking oral Cialis. Another potentially serious side effect is an erection that lasts more than 4 hours and simply won’t go away.
If you are taking Cialis, remember to limit alcohol intake. Drinking, for example, five glasses of wine or whiskey could cause an increased possibility of headaches and dizziness, an increased heart rate or a lowering of blood pressure.
Other precautions include not taking any other ED medications and taking no more than one pill a day.

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