Cialis Seems To No Longer Be Working

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Lester Says:


I've been on Cialis for daily use, 5mg for about 6 months. In the last several days I no longer get the desired effect. Has this happened to anyone else? Do I need a larger dose?



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Verwon Says:

Yes, that is possible. Your body might have already gotten tolerant to this dosage. This happens to everyone eventually, with any medication. For some people it can be within a few months, while for others the same medication in the same dosage might work successfully for years.

Learn more Cialis details here.

Have you talked to your doctor? How severe is your problem, do you have any luck without a medication?

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