After I ejaculate, I am not able to get another erection. Do I need a higher dose or a different medication?

It’s important to understand that these drugs do not eliminate a man's natural refractory period.

The refractory period is a stretch of time that occurs after ejaculation when a man is unable to engage in another sexual encounter.

The length of time is different for every man and tends to increase with age. If you use the medicine and it works well, you will still be unable to perform again immediately after ejaculating even if the medicine is still active in your system.

This applies to all of these medicines including Cialis that works for 24-36 hours. None of them will allow you to go again and again one after the other.

If you're unable to achieve an adequate and sustained erection in the first place, for one encounter, then you might need a higher dose of the same medicine.

A higher dose will not eliminate your natural refractory period.

This information is not, nor is it intended to be, a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment, and should never be relied upon for specific medical advice. If you have any questions or concerns, please talk to your doctor.  

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