Compairing Cialis with the other commonly used erectile dysfunction drugs

Anyone who had a problem with his erection must have tried some of the following three ED medications: Cialis, Levitra and Viagra. These are the three most commonly used and favorite ED drugs all these years and they are known to be the top three in their branch ever since they were developed in 1998 (Viagra) and in 2003 (Cialis and Levitra). Without trying to claim which is the better, this article will compare Cialis with the other two and will be using only facts.

We probably wouldn’t even have Cialis if it wasn’t for Viagra. This was the first ED drug, a pioneer if you will, and it has certainly paved the road for other ED medications, Cialis included to come out. Of course, it was not only a matter of copying this famous blue pill. Manufacturers of new erectile dysfunction drugs knew that they had to make it better in order to start convincing consumers to switch to their drug after so much time they used or heard about Viagra. And it was not a very simple task.

Fortunately, they managed to do this with Cialis. First, both of these drugs take around 30 minutes to start working, although you can feel the effects of Cialis a little earlier than Viagra. However, Cialis Cialis will start kicking in some 10-15 minutes sooner than Viagra and this can mean a lot when it comes to sexual act.

Another advantage of Cialis over Viagra is that it has considerably less side effects. It is therefore a lot safer to take Cialis than Viagra.

The third advantage of Cialis over Viagra is the fact that Viagra’s positive effects last for about 4 hours, while you can feel the benefits of Cialis for 12 and up to 36 hours after it is consumed (no wonder it is called “weekend pill”).

Okay, but between Viagra and Cialis there is a time span of about 6-7 years. A lot of unexpected things can happen during that time. Certainly, pharmaceutical companies have found better ways to make ED drugs during that time? It is therefore good to compare Cialis with another ED drug, that has been introduced to the market around the same time that it has. A few month later, to be precise. Levitra.

Levitra starts working approximately the same as Viagra , meaning around an hour before it starts kicking in. Unfortunately for the company that developed it, Levitra simply does not provide significant advantage over Viagra and certainly a lot less against Cialis to ever truly compete with one ED drug that is so famous and another that is proven to be so effective and long-lasting. It starts working a little faster than Viagra and you can feel the beneficial effects for about an hour longer (4 vs 5). Compared to Cialis’s 12 to 36 hours, this is not very much at all.