Viagra versus Cialis

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  1. I have tried both of these limp –dick aids, now Viagra works well but its effects time wise are limited, a couple of hours or so was the best that I could get and that is the reason I thought I would give Cialis a whirl, it’s the dogs bollocks as the effective time can be as long as 36 hours but for me there is a downside, the following night and every night for a week after I suffered the most tormenting pain in both of my calves that only eased off once I risen (from bed that is). Was it worth it, well of course it was as it made the old spunk- trumpet as hard as a stone goat for longer than I could muster at age 18, as Norman Tebbit said, ‘no pain no gain’.
     
  2. Young whipper-snappers way out West preferred handsome
    cowboys with half a tree trunk apparently. Wood is permanent
    until it gets dry rot or wet rot...so there you go.

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  3. Now that's what I call a trunk; Dutch Elm?
     

  4. I thought cialis was pump. 100mg Viagra. Shit the bed. Like a cats scratching post
     
  5. Whatever does the job best eh, I found that the codeine the doc gave me for a broken leg was as much use as a ferret with no teeth.
     
  6. Bloody hell, Froggy, 100mg of Viagra? That's enough to turn a piece of string into a scaffolding pole :shock: A 'friend' of mine, when presented with such a tablet, always bit it in half and still found that more than sufficient. He found the trouble with Viagra was its aggressive attempts to 'up' the blood pressure quickly, which could result in a headache or two. He said it did the job and shut his dragon up for a few nights but it was relatively short-lived and not so good with a skin-full of ale.

    On the other hand, my same friend swears by Cialis. He said 20mg is quite sufficient and, as previously alluded, seems to hang around in the blood stream a fair old time (>24 hours), so useful for a dawn strike or four. It's effects are not so readily obvious but he said if you can phaff around for half an hour after taking the pill then you're golden. There were no side effects and, allegedly, it does its job quite successfully. Apparently it, too, doesn't like ale too much but it still reacts better than Viagra to a sherry or two.

    My mate votes for Cialis over the better known brand.
     
  7. Blimey Finks ... didn't realise you was into recreational drugs! However ... ya pays your money and ya takes your choice ... as, as far am I am aware they are only available on private prescription in the UK (unless you have had some devastating surgery thats screwed up the hydraulic system!) so see which one gives you the least side effects and stick with it.

    However ... consider the homeopathic version "Genkgo Bilioba" which apparently provides the same sort of effect - but may be worth talking with your Dr about it first!
     

  8. Not that I would know anything about it but I have heard that when these stiffeners are taken with another plant form the effects can be simply astounding.
     
  9. Sorry Finks I wouldn't know ... however all drugs have side effects, some are useful ... some aren't.


    [h=2]Side effects - Viagra

    Very common (affect more than 1 in 10 people)[/h]
    • Headache.

    [h=3]Common (affect between 1 in 10 and 1 in 100 people)[/h]
    • Dizziness.
    • Visual disturbances, such as blurred vision, blue tinge to vision.
    • Flushing.
    • Nasal congestion.
    • Indigestion.

    [h=3]Uncommon (affect between 1 in 100 and 1 in 1000 people)[/h]
    • Awareness of your heart beat (palpitations).
    • Increased heart rate (tachycardia).
    • Chest pain.
    • Muscle pain.
    • Sleepiness or fatigue.
    • Decreased sensation of the body to normal stimulation such as touch or pain.
    • Sensation of spinning.
    • Sensation of ringing or other noise in the ears (tinnitus).
    • Feeling sick or vomiting.
    • Dry mouth.
    • Rash.
    • Eye disorders such as bleeding at the back of the eye, bloodshot eyes/red eyes, eye pain, double vision, abnormal sensation in the eye.

    [h=3]Rare (affect between 1 in 1000 and 1 in 10,000 people)[/h]
    • Increased or decreased blood pressure.
    • Sudden decrease or loss of hearing.
    • Nosebleeds.
    • Fainting.
    • Stroke (cerebrovascular accident).

    [h=3]Frequency not known[/h]
    • Prolonged erection, or persistent painful erection of the penis (priapism).
    • Seizure.
    • Mini-stroke (transient ischaemic attack).
    • Unstable angina.
    • Abnormal heart beats (arrhythmias).
    • Severe allergic blistering skin reaction (Stevens-Johnson syndrome).
    • Severe flaking of the surface layer of the skin (toxic epidermal necrolysis).
    • Sudden death due to heart attack.



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