Levitra is a highly selective phosphodiesterase 5 inhibitor which is used for the treatment of the erectile dysfunction and prevention of impotence. It contains the active ingredient Vardenafil which actively matches against Viagra and Cialis.
Vardenafil has been developed by the pharmaceutical company Bayer and was approved by FDA after many medical studies for the treatment of the erectile dysfunction. According to the reviews of the manufacturers, Levitra is the safest medicine for the medical therapy of the erectile dysfunction.
A high safety of Levitra is gained by means of the selective blocking of phosphodiesterase 5 enzyme. Vardenafil does not affect other processes with PDE6 or PDE11. Therefore, Levitra does not cause any side effects, and the cardiac muscle is not affected in comparison with Viagra and Cialis.
Levitra is recommended senior men or men with certain cardiovascular disorders.
Levitra is able to restore the ability of a man to maintain a stable level of erection within 6-7 hours. This medicine acts like other PDE5 inhibitors.
The pharmacological action appears only during the sexual stimulation. Vardenafil increase the blood circulation in the tissues of the penis, due to which erection appears. Due to the narrowing of veins, the outflow of the blood from penis is slowed down, and therefore the ability to maintain erection is kept till the end of the sexual intercourse.
How to take Levitra?
The Levitra pills are taken once per day at any time in the basic medical therapy of the erectile dysfunction. In case of the single use of Levitra for the improvement of the erectile function, the pills should be taken 15 minutes before the intimacy.
Levitra can be used not more than once per day regardless of the dosage regimen.
Contraindications and side effects of Levitra
If you take Levitra for the first time, you can have dizziness, light headache, redness of the face, and digestion disorder. In case of the further use of the pills, the side effects run their course.
If urticaria or other symptoms of the allergy appear, the use of Levitra should be terminated, and the sensitivity of the body to Vardenafil should be checked.
Patients with high sensitivity to Vardenafil are not recommended to take Levitra to improve the sexual function because it will cause an allergic reaction.
Men under 18 years, women, and also patients with heart failure are contraindicated to take Levitra.
In some cases, Levitra may be also contraindicated during a strong anatomical deformity of the penis. A strong and long erection can increase the pressure to some tissues during the penis deformity, and it will result in the pain and increase of the erectile dysfunction symptoms.
When is Levitra not taken?