All men at some point in their life have had problems with erectile dysfunction. There are many causes of erectile dysfunction with the common cause including high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes.
Levitra is the answer to Viagra. Levitra is an erectile dysfunction correction medication belonging to the class of PDE5 inhibitors. Levitra is an oral dose medication that needs to be taken within 30 minutes of planned sexual activity. Levitra is not an aphrodisiac and is manufactured by Bayer Healthcare Pharmaceuticals. Levitra was released into the market in 2003. There are generic variations available at a much-reduced cost, check with your health care provider for the recommended alternatives.
Viagra is the oldest of the ED drugs with Cialis being number two. Levitra is considered the newest ED medicine and unlike Viagra which can be used to treat other conditions, Levitra is only designed to treat erectile dysfunction. Levitra has a very high success rate in treating me. It has an 80% effective patient rate. Viagra slightly beats Levitra at 84% success rate. Unlike Cialis Levitra has to be taken daily. Cialis has an effective time of up to 36 hours where Levitra has a maximum time of up to 6 hours due to the very short half-life of the active ingredient vardenafil. Although, Levitra is not as long lasting it is considered just as effective as Viagra and Cialis and has been prescribed and helped millions of men.
The medicine works by allowing increased blood flow by relaxing the blood vessels in the penis. The effectiveness of the medicine can be up to four hours. This does not mean you will have an erection for four hours, sexual stimulation is still required for arousal. If you happen to have an erection for more than four hours seek medical attention immediately. Do not take Levitra if you are on any form of “Nitrate” medication. Levitra is not recommended for anyone with uncontrollable high blood pressure.
The maximum recommended dosage is one pill in a 24-hour period. It is not a cure for erectile dysfunction and does not protect against sexually transmitted diseases. The medicine comes in the following doses 2.5 mg, 5 mg, 10 mg, and 20 mg with 10 mg being the recommended starting dose.
There have been reports of some side effects including, dizziness, headaches and a blue tinge to vision. Levitra can interact with other medications and can be harmful to men who have had previous strokes. The interaction with other medications can include a rapid drop in blood pressure resulting in stroke or heart attack.
You should purchase Levitra through a reputable pharmacy either online or a pharmacy with a prescription. There are many ways to purchase Levitra without a prescription. It is not recommended to purchase through an unknown company without a prescription due to the possibilities of counterfeiting. The active ingredient in Levitra is vardenafil and requires a Doctor’s prescription.
Levitra is not intended to be used by women and it is not considered a performance drug. It is advised for professional athletes to check the current World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) Prohibited List.