Levitra is an inhibitor of cGMP-specific phosphodiesterase type 5, which is used to treat erectile dysfunction. The composition includes the substance Vardenafil hydrochloride, which is responsible for the reactive response of the erectile mechanism during sexual arousal.
- Works up to 6 hours
- Effective within 15 minutes
- Increases blood circulation in the pelvic organs, which positively affects the prostate gland
- Within 24 hours, completely excreted
- Does not cause drug dependence
- Does not cause a sharp change in blood pressure and does not increase the load on the heart muscle. Thus, it is better than other PDE5 inhibitors, suitable for older men.
How will Levitra help with ED?
Levitra improves erection by restoring the natural circulation during sexual stimulation. With peak arousal, a man increases the release of nitric oxide into the vessels of the penis and increases the flow of blood to the cavernous bodies. Vardenafil enhances the biochemical properties of nitric oxide, thereby increasing blood flow.
Posological scheme and dosage
- For the first intake, you can take no more than 1 tablet Levitra 20 mg
- The maximum dosage is allowed only as prescribed by your doctor
- The standard initial dose of Levitra is 10 mg per day.
- If you are a beginner or your age is more than 62 years old, we recommend using 5 mg of Levitra in the first week. This is the minimum dose at which side effects are unlikely.
- Take the drug no more than 1 time per day.
- Take the tablet with natural water. You can take the medicine even after eating. But never use grapefruit juice instead of water.
Who cannot take Levitra?
- Men over 70;
- In case of chronic heart failure, myocardial ischemia, severe arrhythmia;
- If there is a pronounced curvature of the penis;
- While taking medications containing organic nitrates.