Levitra is one of the three most popular PDE5 inhibitors, along with Viagra and Cialis. The structural difference between the three medications lies in the position of atoms of nitrogen, as well as it’s methyl group. Levitra is widely used to treat erectile dysfunction among men and has a scientific name of Vardenafil. Levitra should only be used by men, as it doest suit women or children. Levitra’s name was given to Vardenafil by Bayer Pharmaceuticals, which marketed this product in the United States and, later, worldwide. Another company selling Vardenafil is GSK, but this company uses Vivanza name instead of Levitra for Vardenafil.

Levitra is a medication used to treat impotence and was proved to be effective to help get and keep erection. With Levitra you can be sure that your erection will be hard enough and will last long enough to successfully complete a sexual intercourse and make both you and your partner sexually pleased. As sexual intercourse is over, blood will gradually flow out of the penis, making the erection go away. Levitra can help even men with diabetes, high blood pressure and levels of cholesterol. As testing results show, those men, who are taking Levitra, are much more successful in keeping their erection longer and harder. Levitra gives great results for those, who sometimes need additional help with erection, and works well even if taken very rarely. Many men discover that Levitra works even in cases, when other medications do not help.

Levitra Dosage

Levitra Dosage

Levitra is usually sold in a form of pills, taken orally. There are different dosages for pills – from 2.5 mg to 5 and 10 mg. 20 mg dose is also available for Levitra. Not all doses of Levitra are available in all countries. Usually if you are starting the use of Levitra you should take 10 mg doses. You doctor will later be able to adjust the dose for you, in case 10 mg dose is not enough for you. Levitra is taken orally not more than once a day one or two hours prior to sexual intercourse. In some cases a doctor might set a time longer than 24 hours between doses of Levitra, if you will need it. Most men were able to get results from taking Levitra sooner than in one hour. Levitra can be taken with or without a meal.

How Levitra Works

Levitra is not a “magic pill”, which mostly works on your mind, Vardenafil actually works on your body, giving real results. As other PDE5 inhibitors it increases the flow of blood to the penis, which improves erectile functions. Levitra influences on those events, which usually occur in penis and in it’s two large chambers during arousal, when blood flows to the penis, while it is sexually stimulated. Levitra drug will not make you constantly desire sex and will not give you an erection in a moment after you take the pill or an instant erection, when you do not need it, as well as it wont leave your penis hard for hours. You should be exited sexually for Levitra to work perfectly.

If Levitra doesn’t work for you from the first time, try it again several times. If there is still no result, consult your doctor, as you might need a bigger dose. Do not adjust the dose yourself. If you use Levitra properly, it will become a great help for you in overcoming the problems of erectile dysfunction. It will not only help you get an erection, you will also be able to keep it and have it hard enough throughout the whole length of a sexual activity.

Levitra Side Effects

Levitra Side Effects

As all other medications, Levitra has side effects, which are similar to the side effects of other PDE5 inhibitors. Side effects of Levitra are usually very mild and short-term. Some side effects from the use of Levitra include nausea, back and abdominal pain, headache, problems with vision, eyes, running or stuffy nose, tension in muscles and pain, itching and rashes, or flushing. More rare side effects include heart problems, heart attack, damage of penile tissue, loss of hearing. Levitra should not be combined with nitrate medicines, as it can cause lowering of blood pressure. On the other hand, a big plus of Levitra is that it can be combined with medicine for blood pressure. As other PDE5 inhibitors, Levitra does not protect from diseases, transmitted sexually, as well as it cannot serve as a contraceptive medicine. You should consult your doctor about other medications you will need to use for birth control or health protection.

In more rare cases Levitra can cause priapism (undesired erection that does not go away). If you take Levitra and happen to have an erection for a term longer than few hours, get medical help immediately, as it can cause many problems or even permanent impotence. You might also have problems with vision, like inability to differentiate some colors. Loss of sight or hearing is another not common problem with those taking Levitra. It is hard to tell, if Levitra can be a cause for such health problems. Some doctors think that it can be caused by the combination of Levitra with some other medications, or maybe these other factors are causing such problems and Levitra is not the reason at all. If you notice any side effects, stop taking Levitra pills and consult your doctor as soon as possible.

Some patients are recommended to take smaller doses of Levitra, especially those, who are combining Levitra with such medicines as, indinavir, atazanavar, itraconazole, clarithromycin, erythromycin, ketoconazole, saquinavir, ritonavir and some other.

Levitra is a prescription only drug, which is approved for use by FDA. Some natural substitutes of Levitra, which have similar effects, can be purchased without prescription. Levitra should not be taken by people, who have very high blood pressure. Levitra is not recommended to be taken in combination with any medicines, which contain nitrates. You should not take Levitra, if you are allergic to any components of the drug or if sexual activity is a health risk for you. Consulting your doctor before starting to take Levitra is the safest way of protecting yourself from possible side effects and negative actions of Levitra, and make sure that Levitra is suitable for you.

Levitra Links:

1. Levitra.com – Official Site
2. Levitra Commercial. (video)
3. Levitra Commercial №2 (video)

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    May 17, 2010 10:09 pm |



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