The statistical information on Cialis
Before you start taking some medication and particular Cialis, you may want to find if there is some statistical information on how this medication has been used, how it has been helpful and others. You may find lots of positive feedbacks from the users of this medication, but the statistical information is able to give you the overall impression on this medication so that you could know the chances to succeed in getting well-formed erection, to have side effects and others. Knowing the statistical information may be a good way to understanding what you may have if you start using this medication for management of erectile dysfunction problem.
Thus, let’s check on the statistical information that may be available to your attention currently. When it comes to side effects of Cialis, the statistical information differs mostly because of the difference in the dosage of Cialis used by men. If you to look at the statistical information, you will see that for the people used Cialis for daily use in the dosage of 2.5 mg or 5 mg for erectile dysfunction (ED), the most commonly met were the following side effects: headache, indigestion, back pain, muscle ache, nasal congestion, flushing and pain in limb. The most commonly met side effect among them was headache which has been met in 6% of 304 people used Cialis in the dosage of 5 mg (in 304 men) and in 3% of men (196 men) used this medication in the dosage of 2.5 mg. This means that about 19 men out of 304 have had problems with headache when taking Cialis 5 mg and about 6 men out of 196 had the same problem when taking Cialis 2.5 mg.
There is also the statistical information on Cialis with 36-hour effectiveness, informing us that the most common effects for this medication used for ED are the following side effects: headache, indigestion, back pain, muscle ache, nasal congestion, flushing and pain in limb. The same as for Cialis for daily use in the dosage of 2.5 and 5 mg, the most commonly met side effect was headache with the frequency of occurrence as follows: for Cialis 5mg – 11% (in 151 men); for Cialis 10 mg – 11% (in 394 men); for Cialis 20 mg – 15% (in 635 men).
There is also the statistical information on side effects occurred when Cialis was used for daily use for the treatment of ED and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). According to this the statistical information still headache remain the most commonly met among all others side effects showing 4.1% of occurrence for Cialis 5 mg (581men) and 2.3% when Placebo was used (576 men). The other side effects that have been met when the same type of this medication has been used are the following side effects: indigestion, back pain, nasal congestion, diarrhea, pain in limb, muscle ache, dizziness.
When it comes to effectiveness of Cialis, it really depends on the dosage. Generally, this medication is effective enough to start working for you in only 30 minutes after you use this medication. Thus, if you use Cialis 36-hour, you can be sure for a long lasting result. That is why this medication has got a nickname as “The Weekend Pill.”
There is no clear statistical information on effectiveness of Cialis. There is information that in some case this medication may not work. The only suggesting that you keep in mind for such a situation is that you should go to your healthcare provider and discuss whether you need to use this medication in some different way and may be in different dosage.