ED is a term used to describe a decline in erectile dysfunction, but ED also includes conditions in which erection is not sufficient in hardness and size, and it is difficult to maintain an erection.
Doubt ED not only for those who cannot always do it, but also for those who cannot do it sometimes or who fail on the way.

The number of patients with ED tends to increase with age, but aging is not the only cause of ED.
Lifestyle-related diseases such as high blood pressure, diabetes, and hyperlipidemia are more likely to occur due to lack of exercise, smoking, drinking too much alcohol, and irregular life, and the possibility of developing ED due to these lifestyle-related diseases increases.

There are various types of drugs on the market that improve erectile dysfunction. Among them, Cialis is a drug that is not easily affected by food and has a long duration of effect, so it can be taken without feeling pressure over time.
Cialis is an ED treatment drug sold by Eli Lilly Japan K.K., and sales began in September 2007 in Japan.
It is an effective ED treatment and is used by many patients in more than 100 countries around the world.
In August 2013, the global market share as an ED treatment drug classified as a PDE5 inhibitor exceeded 40%, and it is a popular drug with a track record of becoming the number one in the global market.

It looks like a yellow egg, but the content is white, and there are 5mg, 10mg, and 20mg.
It is a drinkable PDE5 inhibitor, and unlike conventional well-known ED treatments, it is characterized by its effectiveness up to 36 hours after administration.
After being absorbed into the body, it also has the advantage of being less susceptible to the effects of food.

Since it is classified as a drug that is not listed in the NHI price standard, medical examinations and prescriptions are not covered by insurance, and you do not need to show your insurance card when receiving a prescription.
The active ingredient contained in Cialis is “tadalafil”, which is used not only for erectile dysfunction but also for drugs such as pulmonary arterial hypertension and benign prostatic hyperplasia.

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