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Were you looking for information about Cialis? Cealis pills is a common misspelling and variation of Cialis.
 
Cialis® is a prescription drug that has been licensed for the treatment of erectile dysfunction (ED). It is also approved to treat enlarged prostate symptoms. The medication works by blocking a chemical that reverses an erection by allowing blood to flow out of the penis. In previous clinical studies, up to 78 percent of men reported that Cialis allowed them to have successful intercourse.
 
It is taken as needed, usually one hour before sexual activity; in most cases, Cialis starts working within an hour. Side effects associated with Cialis most commonly include headache, indigestion, and back pain. Men with cardiovascular disease or significant risk factors for heart disease may have an increased risk for serious side effects while taking Cialis.
 
(For more detailed information about this medication, click Cialis. The full eMedTV article covering this medication includes guidelines concerning how and when to take the drug as well as more information about its potential side effects.)
 
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