Study finds no link between vision damage, ED drugs

04/13/2009 | Reuters

Researchers at Eli Lilly and Co. found that erectile dysfunction drugs Viagra and Cialis did not cause adverse effects on visual acuity, color discrimination or intraocular pressure, or create other eye problems after daily treatment for six months. The results might not apply to patients with co-existing systemic or ocular disease, the study authors said.

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