Cialis (Tadalafil) was approved by FDA to treat symptoms of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) or enlarged prostate in men. This gives hope for men who experience both conditions ED and BPH and thus can receive an effective treatment taking one medication.
Uncomfortable BPH symptoms such as difficulty urinating, an unexpected necessity to urinate or increased urination at night make a life of men with this condition very unpleasant.
Tadalafil was studied in men with enlarged prostate who received 5 mg dose of the medication once daily. The three trials have shown a meaningful decrease in BPH symptoms. The last trial was conducted in patients who have both conditions BPH and ED.
Now doctors may prescribe only one approved medication to fight both conditions effectively. Cialis should not be taken together with nitrates and medications lowering blood pressure such as alpha blockers. Before taking Cialis a man should consult a doctor.

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