Why Cialis Is Used by Men without ED?

Cialis is becoming more and more demanded by men suffering from erectile dysfunction. Earlier, they had no choice but take Viagra as there were no alternatives to this pill. However, back in 2003 Eli Lilly and Co. got an FDA approval for its impotence drug Cialis.

Now, in 8 years this drug has gained the reputation and popularity it deserves. Cialis is highly valued for its efficiency and long-lasting effect.

However, those are not only men suffering from erectile dysfunction, who contact their doctors for a prescription for Cialis.

This drug has been proved to be perfect for treatment of diseases other than erectile dysfunction. As such, the off-label uses of Cialis include but are not limited to pulmonary hypertension and Raynaud's phenomenon. The latter is a condition that results in closing of blood vessels when patient is exposed to cold or stress; Cialis opens up blood vessels and, thus, improves blood flow to fingers and toes, thus, helping patients. Moreover, the drug was proved to help cancer patients energize their immune system. The drug helps patients regain the normal level of the immune system, which was suppressed by 75-80% before the treatment.  The pill is also known to ease mountain sickness in those ascending into the mountains as Cialis reduces the severe complications of mountain disease, such as headache, giddiness, dyspnea, potential pulmonary edema, loss of consciousness, and convulsion. Finally, Cialis' active ingredient, tadalafil, may assist in treatment of scleroderma and dyspnea, both of which are oftentimes associated with Reynaud’s phenomenon.

As the drug is being proved to have more and more uses, patients suffering from various diseases and doctors looking for alternative treatment methods are choosing Cialis.

 
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