My name is Sally and I’d like to tell you a little story. This is the story of me and my husband having faced a rather embarrassing problem that I’m sure so many couples around the world face. So I hope that our experience can help other couples.
If you haven’t figured out yet, the problem I’m talking about is erectile dysfunction. Matt, my husband with whom I’ve been together for 17 years, never had any serious problems with health. He is only 46 and in fact we both live a healthy active life. So you can imagine our surprise (quite unpleasant one) when Matt all of a sudden started to experience the symptoms of ED.
For many years our sexual routine was pretty much stable – 2-3 times a week. But at some point we started to have sex less often – 1-2 times a week, which both Matt and I felt wasn’t really enough for us. At first we didn’t attach to much importance to this change thinking that perhaps we – particularly Matt – just got a bit tired lately and needed to relax. We even took a week off and made a little nice trip to the coast. However, that didn’t help and Matt’s ED progressed even farther. Now we had sex no more than once a week and sometimes Matt couldn’t come at all losing his erections in the middle of the act. He still was reluctant to admit the problem and just kept finding excuses and saying that it would clear up with time. Well, it didn’t, and very soon we both became edgy and started to lash out at each other for no reason. Our relationship suddenly became so different from that we had had over our 17 years together.
Luckily, we were both prudent enough to understand that if we didn’t do anything, our marriage would crumble. We sat down and discussed the situation. As it turned out, sex in our life plays a bigger role than we thought before. My husband acknowledged the problem and went to the doctor the next day.
Long story short, after taking several tests and making sure there is no serious underlying condition causing Matt’s ED, the doctor suggested that ED pills would be the best solution in his case. Matt got a prescription (but his health insurance didn’t cover it anyway).
In the course of six months we have tried at least a dozen different ED pills, both branded and generic. Among them there were Viagra, Cialis and Levitra (including generic vardenafil). To tell you the truth, they all work very well; however, Matt has eventually opted for generic Cialis.
At the moment he uses Tadacip and we are more than happy about the results. In fact, Cialis or any of its generics – the latter are much cheaper – have one particular advantage over the counterparts. These pills have a quite long effect – up to 36 hours. One pill of tadalafil (generic Cialis) my husband takes lasts not only that day but also the next one, something that sildenafil (generic Viagra) and vardenafil (generic Levitra) can’t boast of.
Our sex life now has got back to normal and we feel like a happy married couple again. In fact, with generic Cialis Matt’s says he feels as if he is 20 again.
In conclusion, I’d like to say that there is no point in suffering from erectile dysfunction now when there are so many effective and safe ED drugs. In my case, generic Cialis has saved my marriage, and I’m sure there are so many couples out there who can also save their relationships by trying these or any other ED pills.