Erectile dysfunction is estimated to affect more than one million men in Australia. Erectile dysfunction, or ED, is, in the most dull and humorless way possible, the inability of men to get and maintain an erect penis throughout the duration of sexual activity. In much more amusing terms, ED means your pecker runs out of pep and poops out while engaged in the ol’ nudge-nudge, wink-wink. Not that I would know, of course. Nope. Not me. You’re the one reading this article. As for myself, I am all man with a towering four inches of moderately soggy sausage to satisfy my partner for… oh, I’d say about forty-seven seconds. Yup. What was I saying? Ah, yes…
One million men in Australia. Think about that. One million.
And that’s just the ones who have reported it. ED is hardly an issue to be embarrassed about at this point (Er, no pun intended). Moreover, as this number climbs and the demonization of this affliction erodes in the light of the Information Age, more and more men are seeking treatment for their condition. It doesn’t hurt that folks can now get the information they need in complete anonymity from the comfort of their own homes. Much like the porn they can’t keep it up for anymore. Again, not that I would know.
Not just a drug to put the thunder back in men’s chunder, this little woodcrafter is now being used to treat a condition known as benign prostatic hyperplasia, or BHP. BHP is categorized as an enlargement of the prostate gland in men. In additional to a little more boner bravado, Cialis also improves urine flow and helps to reduce BPH symptoms. As an older man who is very fond of pork (Not that kind of pork! Geez, you have a dirty mind), I can tell you that I am all for anything that can shrink that now prodigious prostate back down a little and put a little more power back in the ol’ pee stream!
It looks like Rover may have to roll over. Man might just have a new best friend!
Of course, there are no medical miracles and Cialis does have a few downsides. Cialis does require a prescription which mean you’ll have to man-up about your manly issues to your doctor, a discussion almost no one is sure to look forward to. Some users may also experience back pain, dizziness, flushing, headache, indigestion, muscle aches, nausea, or stuffy or runny sinuses. Additionally, very serious side effects may include breathing problems, hearing or vision loss, chest pain, a fast or irregular heartbeat, seizures, and, of course, a long (No pun intended) lasting, possibly painful, erection. Yeah, it’s a long list, but these are just POSSIBLE side effect and the most serious are fairly rare. Still, forewarned is forearmed.
So, how do we get our hands on some Cialis? (Er, I mean, you, not we. I don’t need any. Nope.)
See a doctor. Now, I know this is going to be even more awkward for those of you with female doctors. Think about it this way: That lady doctor you’re so embarrassed to talk to about your poofster privates? Once you get that script, she’s gonna know that you are medically GUARANTEED to have a rod of blue steel in your pants that a cat couldn’t scratch, ya know what I’m saying? And you know that little cutie at the pharmacy counter? She’s gonna know your primed for pure pumpin’ passion too. And if, for some reason, you don’t want to word getting out that you’ve got more power in your pistol, there’s always online pharmacies. But seriously, it’s like a freaking 100% chance that you’re gonna give some one lucky a night to remember. Better lovemaking through modern chemistry. You gotta love the 21st century!
So, Cialis. Whaddya say?
One million people have already admitted their problem and probably sought treatment. Do you want to be the one still carrying an unloaded gun on singles night?