Can Cialis be used by anyone?

When a certain condition is as widespread as erectile dysfunction, it is perfectly natural that a common question is whether anyone can take a medication that is aimed at treating that condition. For instance, erectile dysfunction, the condition for which Cialis was developed, affects, according to the latest studies, about half of the male population that is over 40 years of age, in some form. With the age going up, the percentage goes up as well.

Also, more and more men are deciding to do something about this condition and a lot of them, fortunately, are opting for Cialis as it becomes common knowledge that it is the best solution on the market at the moment. This has resulted in more and more people wondering whether they can take it for their ED problems.

There is definitely some notoriety associated with the PDE5 inhibitors which include Viagra, Levitra and the star of this website, Cialis.

There has been plenty of talk about the dangers these medications pose for men who are suffering from heart conditions. What you need to keep in mind is that a lot of these talks were initiated by people who have it in their interest to put emphasis on these dangers. We are talking about people who produce and advertise different natural products which lost much of their customer base when Viagra came out an especially when Levitra and Cialis came out, providing people with the chance to choose.

The fact is that not everyone can use Cialis, especially in dosages that are considered usual and regular. There are very few medications, if any, that can be used by absolutely everyone in the same doses. All medications may pose risks for certain people and Cialis is no different. In this article, you are going to learn what people need to be careful about using Cialis.

First of all, there are several cases, in which you should definitely abstain from taking Cialis or any other ED medication. The first case is if you are allergic to any of them. The thing here is that if you are allergic to any one of the three drugs, you are most likely also allergic to the other two. They have a similar chemical structure and the allergy to one usually means that there is also an allergy to the other two medications. Also, people who use nitrate drugs for their angina should steer clear of Cialis.

The reason for this is that interactions between these two types of medications have been discovered, interactions that can be extremely severe and cause the blood pressure to get too low, causing fainting and even life-threatening results.

Finally, if you were advised to abstain from sex for a medical reason of some sort, you should not use Cialis and indulge in sex, as the use of this medication does not make such an advice beside the point.

There are much more cases in which you will still probably be able to use Cialis, but in which you and your doctor need to make sure that you can take the pill safely and also to establish what dosage would suit you the most and not pose too much risk to your health.

Among these conditions, you will find such as:

  • kidney disease
  • heart disease
  • liver disease
  • stomach ulcers
  • Peyronie’s disease
  • recent heart attacks
  • angina
  • low/high blood pressure
  • blood cell disorder
  • retinitis pigmentosa
  • bleeding disorder
  • recent strokes
  • and recent congestive heart failure.