Suhagra vs. Cialis

We are lucky to live in a day and time were sexual dysfunction is no longer regarded as an unsolvable problem; not only there is a therapy available for the major problems plaguing male sexuality, but they are a) diverse and b) economically available. And if at your local pharmacy store you are pretty much limited to the high-cost brand Viagra, Cialis, Levitra and now Stendra, in online drugstores you can order inexpensive generics that are much more diverse, much more attractively priced and whose quality is identical to the brand pills.

In Web shops, one can choose between the hi-fi precision of sildenafil (Viagra, Suhagra, Kamagra, etc.), the heavy-duty action of tadalafil (Cialis, Tadalis, Tadapox) or the combined effect of the dapoxetine and sildenafil / dapoxetine and tadalafil zapping the problem of ED and premature ejaculation with one fell swoop (Viagra Super Force, Cialis Super Force, and many others).

The age-old dilemma of sildenafil vs. tadalafil

The drugs are numerous, the therapies are customizable… Like with so many other things in modern life, men face the problem of choice at a pharmacy counter. Suhagra or Cialis? Even if the differences are obvious, which one is better for me?

This is the informational age, we all know a lot, and so we assume that you know your pills and the basic differences between them very well. So why does the question come up again and again? Because there is no hard and fast rule applying to how one chooses between the two rivaling substances, sildenafil and tadalafil.

Both are drugs that inhibit an enzyme called phosphodiesterase-5 whose function is to end the erection by acting at the vascular level (induces constriction of blood vessels). By inhibiting their action, the relaxation of blood vessels is allowed, which fill with blood and provide an erection.

Suhagra vs. Cialis: efficacy compared

The first of these drugs for erectile dysfunction that was invented in 1998 was sildenafil, and is now generically available as Suhagra. This drug that is presented in doses of 25, 50 (the one recommended for its onset) and 100 mg, is effective between 30 and 60 minutes after taking it. Its effectiveness can last up to 6h. And 56%, 77% and 84% of patients treated with the respective doses had better erections. In diabetic patients the efficacy is 63% in terms of successful intercourse attempts.

Tadalafil, marketed as Cialis, was approved in 2003. The effect begins 30 minutes after it is taken and can be effective up to 36 hours. Unlike Suhagra, its absorption is not altered by consumption with food. The tablet is yellowish, in the form of a coma, and only has two preparations recommended for on-demand use: 10 mg (recommended starting dose) and 20 mg. 67% and 81% of patients treated with the doses described have better erections. Its effectiveness in diabetics is similar to that of Suhagra. In addition, there are the doses of this drug for erectile dysfunction of 2.5 mg and 5 mg that can be used daily with good results in cases where couples want to have non-time-dependent spontaneous sexual intercourse since taking the drug.

Suhagra and Cialis side effects compared

The side effects are generally tolerable, but it can also help when choosing the drug. The most frequent with all drugs is headache. With Cialis, muscle or lower back pain has been described in 5-6% and is the one that causes the highest percentage of heartburn (12% of patients). Together with Spedra, they are the two drugs that have the lowest rate of hot flashes (about 4% compared to 10 of the other two). Levitra is the one that produces the highest likelihood of nasal congestion (10%) and, like Suhagra, can cause mild visual disturbances.

Suhagra vs. Cialis: conculsion

As you can see there is no categorical answer to the initial question, but we hope to clarify the doubts you may have when choosing the medication for erectile dysfunction, and that allows you to enjoy a full sex life.