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    Viagra vs Cialis vs Levitra
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    An_249935 posted:
    I have been using Viagra now for a couple of months.

    I have seen here on the forum where several men have switched from Viagra to either Cialis or Levitra. I believe most if not all have switched due to side effects of the Viagra such as headaches.

    I would like to hear from those that have tried more then one of the three if there was any change in the erectile effect.

    Also I read from a article that Cialis starts working in 20 mins & lasts upto 36hrs. is that true? here is the article: http://blog.internationaldrugmart.com/viagra-cialis-levitra-know-the-difference/

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    crostimare responded:
    Most ED pills like viagra, cialis, and levitra have almost the same effects. The only difference usually might include the side effects and the length of time the drug take effects. The question whether which drug works best generally depends on the user's preferences. Get information about ED cures here: http://www.vardenafil20mg.info/health-news
     
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    robertirwing replied to crostimare's response:
    Yes, it is true. See the infographic about the difference between these ED drugs http://forum.internationaldrugmart.com/drug-informatin-f5/viagra-cialis-levitra-t4357.html
     
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    nohard responded:
    Hi Well for me I'm here in Greece, was just put on Viagra with no tests done, and yes it did sit well with me, felt blotted and HBP, so did my own thing out here, did lots of research and come up with my own thing of herbs and a hormone.
    And do believe getting our blood working good is part of getting over ED.
    If anybody wants to look just have a look at these posts, google DRUGS VERSUS HERBS, HERBS MY CHOICE, same title but just add DAILY INTAKE, NOHARDS HERB LIST WITH LINKS, and NOHARDS HERBS FOR ED, PART 2, there 3 to 4 links with most of them, so lots to read, you can take my mix as a guide to see if it works for you, but you can just add or subtract, one thing is I'm now off ginger, but still on the rest.
    Do hope this helps some guys.
    Good Luck
    PS on other sites I'm now known as NOWHARD, for some unknown reason cant get it changed on here.
     
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    lonealaskangypsy responded:
    The other links on this page have been ridiculously helpful, but I thought that this one may also add to the discussion about which pill is "better" (per say). This was one of the first links I found when researching supplements for erectile dysfunction. http://edguidance.com/erectile-dysfunction/viagra-vs-cialis/
     
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    oldbiguy replied to lonealaskangypsy's response:
    I take Cialis, I get a hard-on, but it doesn't help with the not wanting/needing sex.


    Larry


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