Posted Sat Feb 04, 2012 12:29 AM
But I don't want to go to a doctor - I'm a bit shy. I'd like to buy some online, safely, and try it. Is there a safe site, where I can be confident in what I get? Maybe someone has a supply (Hopefully not the site owner, or employee) that they could share? (PM me, if it;s against any rules).
But I'd really like to try. I found a few sites - but don't want to kill myself, or use something that says Viagra/Cailis, but ends up being something bad.
Advice from the experienced ones?
Posted Sat Feb 04, 2012 02:15 AM
you definitely dont want to get pulled over with one in your pocket.
Posted Sat Feb 04, 2012 02:42 AM
They're illegal? I was just going to order 10 x
Posted Sat Feb 04, 2012 06:10 AM
Is There A Generic Version Of Cialis Available?
Short Answer: No. "Generic Cialis" is not FDA-approved, and should never be taken. It is illegal for generic Cialis to be shipped into the U.S. For your own safety, do NOT order from a website claiming to sell generic Cialis.
Long Answer: In the United States, Cialis (tadalafil) has been FDA-approved since December, 2003. Cialis is the third erectile dysfunction pill to enter the market. The joint venture company ICOS Corporation developed and marketed Cialis worldwide. ICOS was purchased by Eli Lilly and Company in 2007.
Cialis is a patented medication, and cannot be marketed as a "generic" version. Like Viagra, Cialis is only available in brand name form. Websites selling “Generic Cialis” and importing it into the U.S. are engaging in illegal activity. The FDA (Federal Drug Administration) has quality standards that are followed before drugs are tested and approved. This ensures safety for both doctors prescribing this erectile dysfunction drug and for those trusting the safety of the drug.
The legality of the drug in its country of origin is irrelevant. Shipping drugs NOT approved by the FDA to the United States is not legal. For your own safety, only take authentic Cialis.
Doesn't sound good... Is this true?
A site that seems safe (Loads of reviews... and people raving about it) sells them for $36 for 16. The site I reference above is $99 for 12!
Posted Sat Feb 04, 2012 06:52 AM
From what I understand, neither is better than the other. It's the same chemical compound in both. I think the main difference in the two is Cialis is a whole lot more expensive.
I think you have the wrong idea about what they do. They will not help you stay erect longer. They are designed to help you achieve an erection by aiding in the increased blood flow to your penis. I take it not because I have a problem getting it up...but rather a problem of keeping up. DJ is very, very, VERY sexual...and sometimes once is not enough for either of us. The Viagra helps in my recovery time.
I think its good you are doing research...but you need to see a doctor and get a prescription. There is nothing you can tell a doctor they havent heard before...and what you tell him/her stays in that room...
Posted Sat Feb 04, 2012 07:03 AM
Just to understand - I have no problem getting erect. My problem is that after half an hour or so, it starts to 'flop' a bit. I want to ensure he stays up, so that we can go on for longer, and also, reduce the worry I have of 'Oh oh, 20 minutes... things are going to go south now'.
So, is that a candidate for Cailis?
I might visit a doctor - Just gotta build the guts.
Posted Sat Feb 04, 2012 07:23 AM
As I said...one pill is no different from the other...they work the same way. It's a question of price. For me, Viagra is cheaper...that's what I go with...
Posted Sat Feb 04, 2012 08:41 AM
I no longer use Cialis or Viagra, I have found a new pill that works much much better for a fraction of the price. The pills I use are called Germany Niubian and I purchase them over the counter via the internet without needing a script. I get a box of 10 for roughly $11-$15 dollars depending on where I buy them. Even at $15 a box, that still only breaks down to $1.50 per pill, cannot beat that price for what the product does. The effects of the Germany Niubian works within 20 minutes and last for a good 72 hours.
So my advice, buy the Germany Niubian, best "bang" for the buck ! ( pun intended )
This post has been edited by Rob2000: Sat Feb 04, 2012 08:42 AM
Posted Sat Feb 04, 2012 03:26 PM
Posted Sun Feb 05, 2012 08:12 AM
In order to help things out, stay away from cigarettes, cigars, alcohol in excess, drugs. These CAN BE erection killers. While the big 3 sex enhancers can crutch it for a while, you should not be taking these every time you want sex. A natural product might work the first or second time, but it seems that after that, they reduce your ability. Any product with Yohimbe or Yohimbine can be downright dangerous. (Yohimbe has been banned in some countries.)
A good physical, including a blood test, can help show up problems that may be impacting your performance.
Ask any older guy, and if he is honest, he will tell you that sex is not the same as it was. The key to surviving is adjusting to this decline and not making huge demands on yourself.
Posted Sun Feb 05, 2012 08:48 AM
But in any case, make sure to eliminate any stress or stress causing agents going on first to see if that is what is going on.
Needless to say, attraction is a big issue too, since without being attracted to your partner, things can go bad that way too. Some people develope problems with erections simply because they have lost interest in their partner or things have changed there somehow and there just isn't the spark it used to have.
Likely your doctor may ask you about these items when you go to see him, so have your homework done.
I would also agree with the respondent earlier that neither of these things is going to make any significant changes in length if that is what you are after. The increased blood flow could possibly make a minor increase but nothing significant I would say. The only real way to do that is by surgery...don't be fooled about the other gadgets out there...they don't work. Even with surgery, the increase length available is an inch or two so is it really worth it? There is a ton of research you can do on this subject and I would suggest you read the medical reports on this topic carefully.