Cialis (tadalafil), an erectile dysfunction drug prescribed to improve or even restore erection, may also contribute to orgasm and ejaculation, according to this recent study by Weill Cornell Medical College. (New York) published in the February issue of the British Journal of Urology International. These findings were obtained regardless of the severity of erectile dysfunction disorders.

Cialis could, therefore, be beneficial for men who have problems with ejaculation and orgasm. Today approved for the treatment of erectile dysfunction and benign prostatic hyperplasia, Cialis is a vasodilator that improves erection in 75% of users, regardless of the cause of impotence (excluding surgery or radiotherapy).

This meta-analysis of 17 double-blind, placebo-controlled studies was performed on a total of 3,581 men with sexual dysfunction, with an average age of 55 years, including 1,512 men with severe ejaculation disorders and 1,812 men with orgasmic dysfunction. This is the first study to analyze the benefits of a treatment like Cialis for the common disorders of sexual dysfunction associated with erectile dysfunction. The analysis concludes that almost 70% of men who used Cialis (10 or 20 mg as needed) during sexual activity for 12 weeks were able to reach orgasm and ejaculation, compared with 30 % of participants in the placebo group. These benefits were observed regardless of the level of erectile dysfunction.

18% of men have a normal erection but fail …: Many men have less difficulty getting an erection than an ejaculation, says the lead author of the study, Dr. Darius Paduch, urologist and medical specialist male sexual abuse at NewYork-Presbyterian. ” Our study shows that Cialis works very well for this group of patients .” 18% of men have a normal erection but do not reach or very difficult to ejaculate. A disorder more common among older men but affecting all age groups. Having children involves solving ejaculation disorders, adds Dr. Paduch. The doctor, faced with this problem in his male patients had until now, no option.

Men Without Erectile Dysfunction May Have Sexual Dysfunction: Dr. Paduch and his team have been studying sexual dysfunction disorders that extend beyond erectile dysfunction for many years. A previous 2011 study, already published in the British Journal of Urology International, conducted on more than 12,000 men with mild to severe erectile dysfunction found that 65% of participants were unable to have an orgasm and 58% had severe eye disorders. ‘ejaculation. Even patients without or with very low erectile dysfunction reported impaired ejaculatory function (17%) and low ability to achieve orgasm (22%).

Non-erectile sexual dysfunction remains underestimated and under-treated due to social stigma. For decades, it was believed that only women had orgasmic disorders, but this new research also shows that orgasmic dysfunction can be as common in men as it is in women. She also suggests that Cialis could be an effective treatment for men who can no longer achieve sexual satisfaction beyond erectile dysfunction.

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