Day: November 4, 2023

In dogs and mice, a single dose of tadalafil 20 mg was observed to increase the rate at which blood vessels were opened when an individual entered penile tissue.

The vasodilatory mechanism of tadalafil was investigated.
Dose size was measured after administration using duplex ultrasound.
Full response was found in the pro-bono treatment group versus no improvement on all 7 measures.
In the placebo-controlled group, sedation was achieved in 8 of the 9 female mice, whereas no improvement was observed on blood pressure measurements.
Blood flow in the pro-bono group was increased with treatment during the course of 16, 48, and 67 hours, respectively.
No improvements were noted on blood flow measurements other than increase in clitoral pain.