Cialis also improves prostate health.
At the May 2009 meeting of the American Urological Association, two separate studies examined the possibility that lower urinary-tract symptoms may be associated with erectile dysfunction. Once-daily Cialis apparently improved prostate-symptom scores in men with Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH). This improvement in urinary flow occurred regardless of whether or not they had erection problems. Although considered preliminary studies at this time, the reports shed a positive light on the possibility that both medical issues may be addressed with a single medication. The studies also provide new information supporting the use of once-daily Cialis for treating erectile dysfunction and lower-tract urinary symptoms.
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|Title Annotation:||Sex in the News: Recent Items of Interest|
|Publication:||PN - Paraplegia News|
|Date:||Aug 1, 2009|
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