What is Levitra?

Levitra tablets contain the active ingredient vardenafil which belongs to a group of medicines called phosphodiesterase type 5 (PDE-5) inhibitors. These work by relaxing the blood vessels in the penis when you are sexually aroused. This allows blood to flow into the penis, allowing you to get an erection in the natural way.

What is the difference between Levitra and Viagra?

Although both drugs work almost identically, Levitra has certain advantages over Viagra. Levitra comes in lower dosages than Viagra and produces fewer side effects. It acts more quickly and stays active and working in the system for longer than Viagra, in recent trials up to12 hours. However, Pfizer's Viagra has been in use since 1998 and is still the most popular treatment for male impotence.

How effective is Levitra for impotence?

In-depth clinical studies found that the majority of men treated with Levitra experienced a reliable improvement in their erectile function from the first time they took the drug, and each time they took afterward.

Is Levitra more suitable for certain conditions?

Yes, studies have shown that Levitra is particularly successful in treating erectile dysfunction following surgery for prostate cancer. In further studies Levitra has shown success in treating the depressive symptoms experienced by men with erectile dysfunction

Does Levitra have any adverse side effects?

Results have shown that Levitra has no adverse side effects on vision or the heart.

How do I take Levitra?

Levitra should be taken orally when needed 25-60 minutes before sexual activity. The dose ranges from 5mg to 20mg and should be determined by your doctor. Sexual stimulation is required for natural response to this treatment.

Can I use Levitra with other drugs such as Viagra?
No, you should not use Levitra together with any other treatments for erectile dysfunction.

How often can I take Levitra?
Your doctor will determine the correct dose for you depending on your condition and response. Do not take more than one dose of Levitra a day. If Levitra does not help you get an erection, or if your erection does not last long enough to complete sexual intercourse, tell your doctor.

Who should not take Levitra?

Levitra should not be taken by women, it is a treatment for male impotence only. You should not take Levitra if you have serious heart disease or have had a recent heart attack or stroke or if you have low blood pressure or uncontrolled high blood pressure. There are several medications known to interact adversely with Levitra. Please tell your doctor about all medications you are taking including any which do not require a prescription.

Can I drive while taking Levitra?
As dizziness has been reported in clinical trials of Levitra, patients should be aware of how they react before they drive.

 

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