Archive for September 2011
According to the statistics 35%-75% of men suffering from diabetes will face at least some degree of impotence or ED in their days.
Diabetics are inclined to grow erectile dysfunction about 5- 15 years earlier than men without diabetes. As diabetics grow old potency problems become more often. Approximately at the age of 50 the possibility of having erection problems happens to about 50%-60% of men with diabetes. For diabetics in the age of 70, there is about a 95% possibility of obtaining potency dysfunction.
The afflictions of erectile dysfunction in men with diabetes are complicated and involve nerve damage, corruption of blood vessel, and muscle dysfunction.
A normal process of erection requires healthy blood vessels, nerves, male hormones, and a sexual arousal. Diabetes damages the blood vessels and nerves that are responsible for penile erection. Diabetics usually have no problems with sexual desire and have normal hormonal balance still they are not able to achieve a firm erection.
Diabetics having potency problems are usually administered oral therapies for ED treatment. Besides leading a healthy life is necessary to keep the blood sugar under control.
Diabetics are inclined to have heart problems so only a medical professional can evaluate the severity of ED, prescribe oral ED medications and adjust the right dose.
Choosing the best treatment method depends on many factors including a man’s health and individual tolerance to the treatment. Your doctor will help you to fight the diabetes disease and avoid side effects such as impotence. Visit your doctor regularly, follow all his recommendations and keep your blood sugar under control.
Taking any medication may affect different systems of the human body and Cialis is not an exception. It has an influence on body systems but minor and causing practically no harm. Side effects of this drug occur rare and mostly in those who are predisposed due to certain health conditions.
Cialis causes no or minor dermatologic side effects which may include pruritus, rash, and sweating.
Cialis may be taken with or without food that is why it causes gastrointestinal side effects very infrequently. They usually include: dyspepsia, diarrhea, dry mouth, dysphagia, esophagitis, gastroesophageal reflux, gastritis, loose stools, nausea, upper abdominal pain, and vomiting.
Sexual activity by itself influences the work of the heart greatly. Sexual activity for men in the age over 60-65 years with heart diseases may cause serious conditions. Cialis cardiovascular side effects may be: angina pectoris, chest pain, hypotension, hypertension, myocardial infarction, postural hypotension, palpitations, syncope, and tachycardia.
Side effects from the genitourinary system include: increased erection and spontaneous penile erection.
From respiratory system the following side effects associated with Cialis intake are noticed: nasal congestion, dyspnea, epistaxis, pharyngitis, nasopharyngitis, upper respiratory tract infection, and bronchitis.
Nervous system adverse reactions of Cialis usually are: headaches, dizziness, hypesthesia, insomnia, paresthesia, somnolence, migraine and vertigo.
Ocular side effects of Cialis are very rare but should be reported to your doctor. They may be: blurred vision, changes in color vision, conjunctivitis (including conjunctival hyperemia), eye pain, increased lacrimation, and swelling of the eyelids.
For those men who are hypersensitive to the effect of Cialis the following side effects may occur: Stevens-Johnson syndrome and dermatitis.
Remember that if you experience any other unusual or serious side effects of Cialis from any of the body systems it is necessary to consult with your doctor.