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1 16th May 19:47
fg
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just tried Cialis for the first time and it worked great- however, it has
given me severe indigestion for days after - any remedy?
(better than the fierce headaches and disturbed vision from viagra)
thanks
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2 16th May 19:48
stick_man013
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Where did you buy it, was it online.
If you like buying online you may check this site out
http://www.pillchart.com/products/cialis.php

They have great prices and service.
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3 16th May 19:48
muerta
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Wow, yea, that is.....umm.....*great*.
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4 17th May 00:32
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Apart from taking the usual remedies for indigestion, you could try
reducing your dose of Cialis. If you took a 20mg tablet, it may be
more than you need - I do well on 5mg. You could save both side
effects and money.

Side effects may also become less marked if you take Cialis regularly,
as your body can adjust to it.

A search of this ng will bring up more advice on the subject.

mk
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5 17th May 00:32
john
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I'm not sure regular use will help. If the cause is, as some have suggested,
the relaxing of the esophagus muscle at the stomach (acid reflux ), the only
solution would be to decrease acidity. I'm going to try Tagamet or some
other OTC drug that reduces acid production.
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6 17th May 05:20
william a. noyes
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As others have pointed out, you might try the over the counter meds to
block stomach acid secretion.

GERD/regular heartburn sufferers are advised to avoid coffee, tea,
chocolate,
and caffeine bearing drinks like colas. Fatty foods often bring on acid
reflux in some. Further GERD sufferers are advised to sleep with the
head of their bed propped up on cement blocks.

Prilosec OTC is available, it is in a class of drugs that is far more
effective in suppressing stomach acid than say Pepcid or Tagament.
If you use them you should take supplemental folic acid and B-12
as you need stomach acid to make those vitamins available from your
food.

These are comments based on watching a GERD sufferer and
are not based on use of this drug.
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7 17th May 05:21
jerry sturdivant
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And don't eat two hours before going to bed.

Jerry of ASI

"fg" <antispam@aol.com> wrote in message news:fLNBb.3323$aF2.481724@news20.bellglobal.com.. .

As others have pointed out, you might try the over the counter meds to
block stomach acid secretion.

GERD/regular heartburn sufferers are advised to avoid coffee, tea,
chocolate,
and caffeine bearing drinks like colas. Fatty foods often bring on acid
reflux in some. Further GERD sufferers are advised to sleep with the
head of their bed propped up on cement blocks.

Prilosec OTC is available, it is in a class of drugs that is far more
effective in suppressing stomach acid than say Pepcid or Tagament.
If you use them you should take supplemental folic acid and B-12
as you need stomach acid to make those vitamins available from your
food.

These are comments based on watching a GERD sufferer and
are not based on use of this drug.
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8 17th May 10:03
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Maybe it is coincidence, but after taking medically prescribed 20mg
Cialis once a week for a few weeks, I suffered increasing indigestion to
the point that whatever I consumed - even a glass of water - would
result in extreme and prolonged discomfort.

Medication to resolve this has worked and now expired, so it will be
interesting to see if the problem returns.
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Ox
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9 17th May 10:04
william a. noyes
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Yes, how could I forget.
And sleeping on one's left side is said to help.
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10 17th May 14:49
wanderer
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If you're taking one of the "generic" brands, there is no way of telling what
you are ingesting. If you're taking the genuine article, I wonder if taking
it on a full stomach might help. That is what is typically recommended for
antibiotics and arthritis meds that cause indigestion. Viagra may have
programmed all of us to take our ED meds on an empty stomach, but as I
understand it, this is not the case with Cialis. I have taken Lily-Icos
Cialis for about six months with no side effects worth talking about, but
indigestion is definitely one of the more common side effects reported with
this med. Good luck. This is one drug I would barf through the weekend for.

Wanderer
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