I had used Viagra before my prostate cancer surgery and radiation with amazing results. I had to cut a 25 mg tablet in quarters because it worked so well. I had to use Viagra on days when I had exercised intensely, which was just about every day. It is now well over a year since my surgery and about a year since I completed radiation. I have a bottle of Cialis I got for free and every time I use it I have problems. I was close to having an erection with no medication at all, but when I use Cialis I seem to loose all sensation, I generally feel depressed and my stomach bothers me. So where I almost had an erection unaided, with Cialis I get absolutely nothing. I guess the smart thing to do would be to try Viagra again, but I'm wondering if anyone else has had a similar problem. I am 60 yoa and in very good health.View Thread
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