Aspirin stuns docs looking for erections fix

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Aspirin stuns doctors in its ability to get men up and at ‘em!

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Aspirin stuns docs looking for “rockiness” fix

Tadalafil (Cialis) is a treatment commonly used to treat “rockiness” problems. 

And it is quite effective for some types of “rockiness” problems.

But here’s what Wikipedia says about the side effects of Tadalafil:

“Common side effects include headache, muscle pain, flushed skin, and nausea. Caution is advised in those with cardiovascular disease.”

These are just some of the real risks involved with taking treatments such as Cialis.

But what if there was a less risky option for “rockiness” problems?

Recently, researchers compared the effectiveness of Cialis against aspirin and found almost no difference.

Low-dose aspirin is as good as Cialis in treating some types of “rockiness” problems.

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The human trial took place at the School of Medicine, Istanbul Medipol University, in Turkey. The journal International Urology and Nephrology published the results.

The researchers were curious about the effectiveness of aspirin compared to Cialis for vascular “rockiness” problems.

They compared both medications. They also looked at a combination of aspirin plus Cialis together.

More than 300 men took part in the study. 

Before the study began, they completed a number of questionnaires that assessed their penile function.

Then they assigned the men to four groups:

  • Group 1 – Low-dose aspirin (100 mg per day)
  • Group 2 – A standard dose of Cialis (5mg/day)
  • Group 3 – Both aspirin and Cialis (100mg and 5mg)
  • Group 4 – Placebo pills with no active ingredient

After six weeks of taking the pills, the men again completed questionnaires assessing “rockiness” problems.

“The changes in penile function scores and the number of patients who answered ‘yes’ to questions 2 and 3 of the sexual encounter profile were compared statistically.”

(Questions 2 and 3 refer to “rockiness” and penetration ability.)

The use of Cialis for six weeks saw an improvement of 7.3 points on this scale.

“The changes in International Index of Erectile Function (IIEF) scores after treatment were 7.3 for Cialis.”

The men who took a combination of aspirin and Cialis had slightly greater improvement in “rockiness” scores. (+ 7.5 points).

”The changes in International Index of Erectile Function scores for Cialis plus aspirin were 7.5.”

There was almost no difference between the Cialis groups and men who only took aspirin.

Low-dose aspirin was as effective as Cialis in improving penile functions.

“The changes in International Index of Erectile Function scores with aspirin were +7.2.”

Improvements in “rockiness” and ability to penetrate were similar for the different medications.

Hardness scores improved 36.5% for aspirin, 37% for Cialis, and 42% for the combination of both.

Ability to penetrate increased by 47% for aspirin, 49% for Cialis, and 54% for the combination.

The combination of aspirin plus Cialis was the most effective for vascular “rockiness”.

But the differences between aspirin, Cialis, and the combination of both were minimal.

Except when you look at side effects.

When taking Cialis alone, men reported more side effects.

The people in the Cialis-only group were also more likely to discontinue the medication.

“In the Cialis-only group, both the number of patients who reported side effects and stopped using the drug due to side effects were significantly higher than in the other groups.”

The researchers concluded that aspirin at only 100mg can be used to treat vascular “rockiness” problems.

“Aspirin can be used alone in the treatment of patients with vascular ‘rockiness’.”

So men who have problems or concerns with Cialis could be better served by using low-dose aspirin.

And for many people, aspirin may be a less risky solution.

You should, of course, always speak to your doctor about using medications.

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Efficacy and safety of combination of tadalafil and aspirin versus tadalafil or aspirin alone in patients with vascular erectile dysfunction: a comparative randomized prospective study.