What are the Benefits of Using Cialis?
Cialis is an effective oral contraceptive. Cialis is the brand name of levonorgestrel. This is an emergency contraceptive pill, used for up to 6 months and in the emergency room.
Cialis works by preventing ovulation (the release of an egg from an ovary), which then stops the sperm from entering the uterus. Cialis is similar to an IUD (intrauterine device) or IUS (intrauterine system). It is safe, effective, and reversible.
The pill and IUD also work by preventing pregnancy by preventing fertilization. The pill, which was developed in 1968, is the most effective contraceptive available to women. IUDs, which were developed in the 1940s, are less effective than pill, but have been used for several years. Both the pill and IUD may be used without an IUD. The pill may be taken as an over-the-counter (OTC) medicine, or it may be combined with another medication for a lower cost. If combined, it is often recommended that the pill be used as soon as possible, to allow the implantation to occur, to prevent it from becoming a life-threatening pregnancy.
The IUD consists of a copper IUD (copper coil) placed in the fallopian tube and an aluminum IUD placed in the uterus.