dc10 wrote:has any other men tried Cialis on a daily casis?
what daily dose? what results did you notice?
i am going to start a 2 week trial of cialis but not sure of what dose?
also what risks am i taking by using a daily dose of cialis for 2 weeks?
Algis wrote:I have tried Cialis - 20mg pill (for what it supposed to be made) and what I noticed was an horrible headache for 2 days... I did not even wake up the first morning. I can't confirm/infirm the energy increase.
Tadalafil [Cialis] improves short-term memory by suppressing ischemia-induced apoptosis of hippocampal neuronal cells in gerbils
Tadalafil treatment improved short-term memory by suppressing ischemia-induced apoptotic neuronal cell death in the hippocampal CA1 region, and decreased cGMP level. Also, tadalafil suppressed the ischemia-induced increase in cell proliferation in the hippocampal dentate gyrus. We showed that tadalafil can overcome ischemia-induced apoptotic neuronal cell death, thus facilitates recovery following ischemic cerebral injury.
Suggested doses in various clinical studies (15,25) that exhibit beneficial activity of PDE inhibitors include sildenafil (Viagra) 50 mg twice daily, vardenafil (Levitra) 10 mg twice daily, and tadalafil (Cialis) 20 mg every two to three days, although further studies are needed to delineate optimal dosing suggestions.
Available evidence suggests that sildenafil may be associated with improved microcirculation, symptomatic relief, and ulcer healing in patients with secondary Raynaud's phenomenon. Limited information suggests similar effects with tadalafil and vardenafil. Improved blood flow and clinical improvements have also been observed in some patients with primary Raynaud's phenomenon treated with PDE5 inhibitors; however, studies have yielded conflicting results.
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