Monday, September 24, 2007

Not all men benefit

Not all men benefit

Although these medications can help many people, not all men can or should take them to treat erectile dysfunction. If you’ve had a heart attack, stroke or life-threatening heart rhythm during the last six months, don’t take these medications. If you’ve been told that sexual activity could trigger a cardiac event, discuss other options with your doctor. In addition, don’t take Viagra, Levitra or Cialis with nitrate medications, such as the heart drugs nitroglycerin (Nitro-Bid, others), isosorbide mononitrate (Imdur) and isosorbide dinitrate (Isordil). The combination of these medications, which work to widen (dilate) blood vessels, can cause dizziness, low blood pressure, and circulation and heart problems.

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Sriyer said...

Cialis is recommended medicine for the treatment of erectile dysfunction or male impotence, but it does not offer any protection whatsoever against sexually transmitted diseases such as AIDS.

Melissa UK said...

I'm pretty sure that taking Erectile Dysfunction medication (ED meds) is nothing to be ashamed of for and you should not hide this information from your partner rather it is good to keep your partner posted on it.