04-15-2012, 03:23 PM
Join Date: Oct 2010
Location: Dallas, TX
Originally Posted by Machiavelli
5 mg daily cialis. Also, get your testosterone levels checked. Start pumping iron, which will raise your endogenous testosterone and other useful hormones. This worked for me after prostate cancer.
Cialis works great. And, the manufacturer has a coupon on their site for the first Rx free. But, check with your insurance before deciding on a specific dosage with your doctor. The daily dose mentioned here is great and very convenient for spur-of-the-moment activity. BUT, not all insurance plans will cover it, and it can be pricey at retail. For example, my insurance will only provide for NINE of the daily dosage pills for a three month period. Meanwhile, thy will provide for 24 of the 10 or 20 mg "as needed" pills for a three month period. And, even at that, I'm looking at a nearly $100 co-pay for those 24 pills.
I've never use Viagra, but my doc did point out that, having been on the market longest, it's first in line to go generic. But, Cialis has a longer effective time (about 3 days as opposed to about 3 hours). Posted via Mobile Device