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Effects of Cialis

The effects of the drug can include:
 
  • Achieving and maintaining an erection during sexual activity
  • Having a harder erection during sexual activity
  • Experiencing greater frequency of orgasms
  • Having increased satisfaction with, and enjoyment of, intercourse
  • Decreased bladder symptoms, such as:
 
    • Frequent urination
    • Urgent need to urinate
    • Urinating frequently at night
    • Weak urine stream
    • Difficulty emptying the bladder.

 

In previous clinical studies, up to 78 percent of men reported that Cialis allowed them to have successful intercourse. The medication was also shown to be effective in men with various health problems and medical conditions. In studies for an enlarged prostate, Cialis significantly improved bladder symptoms, with the beneficial effects gradually increasing over the first four to eight weeks of treatment.
 
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When Does It Start Working?

The time it takes for Cialis to work will vary, depending on the individual. In clinical studies, the medication began to work in as little as 30 minutes. For most men, though, it begins working within an hour. Cialis can work up to 36 hours after you take your dose. For bladder problems due to an enlarged prostate, the beneficial effects start to appear right away (within the first few days) and continue to improve over time. It takes about four to eight weeks to see the full benefit on bladder function.
 
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