Erectile dysfunction can hit man of any age, regardless of race, weight, athletic ability or activity. It often occurs at the worst moments, when you might least expect it to. The average male will experience at least one bout of erectile dysfunction by the age of 21 and plenty more thereafter. Although erectile dysfunction usually doesn’t happen to the average male until he hits middle age, there are plenty of men who feel that they may want to prevent these types of embarrassing situations before they ever have the chance to occur.

Cialis (tadalafil) is a different type of erectile dysfunction medication. Cialis works in a similar way as Viagra does, with the exception of one major difference: Viagra is taken when needed, a few hours before engaging in sexual intercourse, and Cialis is taken once daily, so you never have to stop what you’re doing to take a pill so the time is right for you. The benefits of Cialis do not stop there. Cialis is also commonly prescribed to men who have an enlarged prostate gland.

Men with an enlarged prostate gland usually have a weak urine stream, difficulty urinating or beginning their flow of urine, or on the contrary, an increased sense of urgency when having to urinate or frequent trips to the bathroom to urinate throughout the day and night. Cialis is also taken daily for these conditions and helps by relaxing the smooth muscle of the bladder to make urinating and easier and more pleasurable experience. It stops the need to frequently urinate and has the ability to give you your life back again, instead of always wondering where the nearest bathroom is.  If you believe that you have erectile dysfunction issues or if you are having problems urinating, notice an interruption of the flow of your urine, have a weak stream or urinate too frequently, you should talk to your doctor today.