Impotence and prostate disorders are two problems that many experienced men. Drugfor impotence can now be used for prostate enlargement problems. Food and drugregulatory agency the United States (FDA) approved the use of the impotence drugCialis for use as a treatment for prostate enlargement.
Problems or an enlarged prostate known as benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) is a disease that many experienced by elderly men. This disease often leads to urinary incontinence which increase the chances of urinary tract infections and kidney damage.
“Disorders of prostate enlargement can have a major impact on quality of life ofpatients,” said Scott Monroe, director of the division of reproductive and urologicproducts the FDA’s Center for Drug Evaluation and Research, as quoted fromHealthDay, Friday (07/10/2011).
Monroe said that most older people have symptoms of prostate enlargement and drugCialis may help overcome this problem, especially in men who also have erectile dysfunction.
The FDA said the approval was based on three studies that have been done. Twostudies found that men taking Cialis dose of 5 mg per day experienced an improvement in the symptoms of prostate enlargement that arise compared with men who did not take cialis.
While all three studies involving men suffering from impotence and prostate enlargementalso found that daily doses of 5 mg Cialis can improve symptoms of both conditions.
Yet not all men can take Cialis. The FDA warns that men who mengosumsi nitrates such as nitroglycerin should not take Cialis because the combination of two drugs can cause a decrease in blood pressure to unsafe and dangerous.
Also people taking heart drugs known as alpha blockers should also avoid Viagrabecause it has not been studied there any side effects from these drugs if takensimultaneously.
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