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ED drug Cialis gets European approval for BPH

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ED drug Cialis gets European approval for BPH

Postby admin on Thu Jan 31, 2013 4:52 pm

Struggling to think of a link between benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) and erectile dysfunction (ED)? You might not be the only one. However, patients who are suffering with both of these conditions may soon be able to be treated through the male impotence wonder drug Cialis, which it seems, is emerging as having multiple uses.

The European Union’s Committee for Medicinal Products for Human Use (CHMP) has put forth their recommendations for the approval of the 5 mg daily dose of Cialis to treat the condition BPH that can result in prostate enlargement, a common condition that usually effects older men and leads to problems including; difficulty passing urine, a regular need to urinate, or finding it difficult to completely empty the bladder.

All that waits now is a final ruling from the European Commission, who approves medicinal use for the EU. It usually takes the European Commission about one to two months to decide on CHMP recommendations. All this follows a precedent set back in October 2011 when the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) gave their seal of approval for Cialis 5 mg once daily use to be used to alleviate the signs and symptoms of BPH.

Cialis is currently used to help men suffering with ED in over 100 countries and has already been approved in many other countries around the globe for the additional purpose of helping BPH, including Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Columbia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Honduras, Israel, Panama, Russia and South Korea. Therefore, it will surely only be a matter of time before patients can obtain Cialis Daily from Medical Specialists Pharmacy for benign prostatic hyperplasia in addition to treat erectile dysfunction. The best thing we would advise is to keep checking our website for more developments on this subject.

Anthony Beardsworth, senior medical director at Lilly, spoke on the exciting news and said, “The CHMP positive opinion for Cialis marks an important regulatory milestone for Eli Lilly and Co and our commitment to bringing new treatment options to the millions of men who experience ED and BPH.”

If you are a male suffering with urinary problems, then you may be one the 2.4 million men in the UK suffering from BPH. It could be some time yet until Cialis Daily is officially given the green light to fight such issues. In the meantime, urinary problems can be treated through the use of effective medication such as Flomax Relief, which eases the symptoms associated with lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS) of a BPH.

Flomax works by relaxing muscles in the prostate gland, relaxing the muscles in the urethra (the tube from the bladder to the outside of the body). This lets urine pass more freely through the urethra, making it easier to urinate. It is available today from the Medical Specialists Pharmacy chemist shop, costing just £8.75 for 14 capsules, or £15.95 for 28.

Of course if you are a male suffering with erectile dysfunction and would like to know your options in regards to treatment, you may be wondering just what ‘Cialis Daily’ is. Firstly, it is a once-daily tablet supplied in two does; 2.5 mg and 5 mg, with 28 tablets to a pack. It is recommended to be taken at the same time each day for consistency and is suitable for men who are in sexually active long-term relationships. The major benefit is that the mild dose of Tadalafil (Cialis’ active ingredient) will be in your body each day, meaning you do not have to take a tablet each time you have sex. Cialis, Cialis Daily, Levitra, Levitra ODT and Viagra are all available today at great prices through Medical Specialists.
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