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- Sexual Dysfunctions - Bayer Levitra
A tablet should be taken about 1 hour before sexual activity. Levitra can be taken as often as once per day.
Levitra is the brand name of the drug vardenafil, which is used for the treatment of erectile dysfunction (impotence). Levitra has been offered to the public since 2003, promising higher reliability and first-time success rates than similar drug treatments, by Bayer. It has been proven to help 85% of the men with erectile dysfunction. Levitra is offered in tablets of different strengths (2.5-20 mg, dose to be determined by the patient's physician).
How Levitra Works
Levitra (Vardenafil) works by increasing blood flow to the penis and thus improving the the taker's physical reaction to a sexual stimulation. Like other oral drug treatments for Impotence (ie, Viagra and Cialis), Levitra will not cause an automatic erection when the patient is not sexually aroused, and will not cause an hours-long erection or an ability to have multiple orgasms.
Restriction on Using Levitra
Levitra should not be taken without the approval of a doctor or before filling an online consultation form which will get reviewed by a phyisican. Viagra has been tested and approved for the usage of adult men and men only. It should not be taken by patients with medical condition which makes it unhealthy to commit sexual activities (certain heart conditions etc). Viagra should not be obtained by individuals taking nitrates (found in nitroglycerin and chest pain medicine, and in "poppers"), the combination of those drugs is hazardous and may lower the patient's blood pressure to potentially fatal levels.
Side Effects of Levitra
Side effects experienced by some users of Levitra include flushed face, dizziness, headache, runny or stuffy nose, upset stomach, and indigestion. A patient may experience one or more of these symptoms. If the symptom does not go away by itself or is bothersome, the patient should consult a doctor. A rarer side effect of Levitra has to do with vision changes, such as seeing things with a bluish tinge.
Priapism (an erection that lasts for several hours) is a very rare side effect of many erectile dysfunction treatments, including Levitra. If it occurs, the patient should seek immediate medical help.