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Your erection could come with a runny nose
Cialis’s side effects range from nasal congestion to sudden blindness, according to the drug’s website. Runny nose, headache and indigestion are among the pill’s most common side effects, and sudden hearing and vision loss are rarer possibilities.
And then there’s the well-advertised warning about erections lasting more than four hours. If not treated promptly, the condition called priapism can cause “lasting damage” and may result in an “inability to have erections,” according to the Cialis website.
THINGS YOU DIDN'T KNOW ABOUT CIALIS
Cialis may have OTC restrictions
It’s too soon to know whether the FDA will allow Cialis out from behind the pharmacy counter. And even if it does, the pill might not be available to everyone.
The emergency contraceptive pill Plan B had a bumpy road to over-the-counter status after Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius overruled the FDA’s recommendation that it be sold on pharmacy shelves to everyone in 2011.
President Barack Obama had said that as a father of young girls, he personally was against the sale of the pill without restrictions to women under 17.
A federal judge ruled in April 2013 that Plan B be available without age restrictions, but it still took two months for the Obama administration to stop trying to block its over-the-counter status. The FDA approved the move that June.
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