My doctor gave me the samples dues to a recent ED problem, we tried it last night and all I can is wow. It works better than expected. I will say this is not for everyday use. There are minimal side effects like headache and morning nasal congestion. Positive effects lasted for at least 12 hours. I just hope my insurance covers it.
I have tried all 3 multiple times and Levitra is the clear winner. Cialis does not give the rock hard results that Viagra and Levitra do and you get a headache for it. Levitra works faster than Viagra and definitely lasts longer. Viagra works, but it takes at least 30 minutes and sometimes longer to get results.
I am 39 years old and since 2 months or so I started to lose erection during sex with my wife. I had little depression but never had erection problems. Luckily, my friend happens to be a doctor and gave me a blister sample with 4 pills. He advised me to take 20 mg but I went against his advice and took half the pill (10 mg) and got an erection after 20 minutes just sitting watching TV. It’s worth guys! Very few blinking eyes and a feeling of nasal congestion.
I had some tablets tested before and that’s why I know how to use them, but the problem with those tablets was that they gave me headaches, but the use of Levitra was great, since it has no side effects at all.
What is Levitra
Erectile dysfunction is the inability to achieve an erection and maintain it for having a successful sexual intercourse. Today there is a number of ED treatments to deal with this problem, hence men don’t have to give in the illness or abandon their sexual life.
Levitra is one of the most effective ED medications offered in the market. The active ingredient of the medicine is Vardenafil and particularly the latter is in charge of increasing the blood flow to a male penis by enlarging the blood arteries.
Actually, all ED medications work on the same principle. Anyway, unlike the so-poplar Viagra or Sildenafil the efficiency of which lasts only up to two hours, Levitra can provide a stone hard erection for up to four hours!
Levitra was approved by FDA in 2003 and is now manufactured by Bayer HealthCare Pharmaceuticals. Glaxo Smith Kline is the official distributor of the medication.
Being a PDE5 inhibitor drug, Levitra relaxes the patient’s arteries thus enhancing the blood flow to his penis once sexually aroused. Without a sexual stimulation, the medication itself won’t be able to build an erection. Therefore, your sexual partner and Levitra are to “cooperate” for raising an erection.
Levitra is available in two drug forms – ordinary pills and disintegrating tablets. If the first one requires drinking a full glass of water for getting dissolved in the stomach, the second one is taken without water. It dissolves right in the mouth. However, it shouldn’t be swallowed until totally dissolved in the mouth. No kind of drink should be used with this medication type.
Levitra comes in several dosages – 10mg, 20mg, 40mg and 60mg. The recommended starting dose is 10mg. The active ingredient of Levitra Vardenafil is much stronger than the active citrate Sildenafil of Viagra. Its 10mg is equal to Viagra’s 50mg. That’s the reason Levitra is much more effective as compared with all other PDE5 inhibitor drugs.
Levitra is prescribed to take from twenty to sixty minutes prior to a sexual intercourse. Doctors warn patients not to take more than one pill per twenty-four hours.
Whether to take Levitra with or without food is left to patients’ choice yet what they should avoid is using alcohol with the medication. Alcohol may not only reduce the drug’s efficacy but also increase the possibility of adverse effects.
Anyway, there is no medication that won’t bring side effects and Levitra is not an exception. Adverse effects of Vardenafil are rare yet still possible. The most common side effects are headaches, vomiting, dizziness, a stuffy or runny nose, flushing, stomach upset. As a rule, all these conditions disappear in a couple of hours.
Levitra has drug interactions with nitrate medications prescribed against heart problems and chest pains. Neither should one use Levitra with amyl and butyl nitrate medications, as well as antibiotic and antifungal drugs, those designed for erectile dysfunction, blood pressure, prostate problems, heart rhythm disorders and meds for AIDS or HIV.
It’s recommended to avoid using grapefruit juice with Levitra as the product may bring forward adverse effects.