Levitra – Popular in Australia
Since these orange pills first hit the market in 2003, Levitra has enjoyed relative popularity in Australia; due in part to its being quite competitively priced compared to other ED drugs.
Unlike common erection drug Viagra, Levitra can be taken with food and moderate amounts of alcohol (though too much fatty food may reduce its effect).
The appearance of Levitra and similar ED drugs have helped remove the stigma associated with erectile dysfunction, making it easier for men to talk about this issue, and also encouraging more medical research into the area.
For example, Australian doctors are now aware that erectile dysfunction may be an early warning sign of a host of heart problems.
Use of Levitra
Levitra is a treatment for Male Erectile Dysfunction: that is not being able to get an erection strong enough to enable you to perform satisfactorily in your sex life.
The active ingredient in Levitra is Vardenafil, a PDE-5 inhibitor erection drug. It utilises a process called vasodilation, which is basically the relaxation of blood vessels in the penis when sexually stimulated. This increases bloodflow, enhancing erectile function.
Levitra doesn’t increase libido, and only works if you’re sexually aroused. It’s not approved for women or adolescents, is available only with prescription, and is not considered addictive.
How Levitra Works
Similar to most erection drugs, Levitra takes about twenty-five minutes to kick in, though if taken with fatty food this may be delayed. It’s best to take Levitra 30-60 minutes before sex. Duration of effect is usually about five hours.
Standard dosage for Levitra is 10mg, though sometimes 5 or 20mg pills can also be prescribed. It’s important to closely follow your doctors’ advice though as to what dosage is best for you, and do not exceed recommended daily dosage under any circumstances. Take no more than once a day.
Levitra Side Effects
Headaches, facial flushing and nasal congestion are commonly experienced side effects.
Rarely, more severe Levitra side effects may present include dizziness, nausea, indigestion, heart burn, flu syndrome, hearing loss, blindness. If you experience any of these, cease use immediately and consult your doctor.
Levitra – Who Can’t Take It
Levitra is contra-indicated if you are:
Taking nitrates for chest pain, angina, or any heart condition.
- Using recreational drug Amyl Nitrate.
- Taking Protease-Inhibitors, such as Ritonavir or Saquinavir
- Currently taking any other erectile dysfunction treatments
- Have suffered heart attack or stroke in the last six months.
- Suffer loss of vision due to Non-Arteric Anterior Ischaemic Optic Neuropathy (NAION).
- Allergic to Levitra or any of its constituents.
Also, whilst taking Levitra avoid:
Cautions for Levitra Users
Tell your doctor if you are affected by any of the following:
- Any cardiovascular health problems
- Any history of strokes
- Sickle Cell Anaemia
- Stomach ulcers
- Any eye or vision problems
- Hypo- or hypertension
- Any penile disease or deformity
- Kidney and liver problems
- Multiple Myeloma
Levitra and Drug Interactions
Some medicines may interact with ED drugs such as Levitra, potentially reducing efficacy:
- Antibiotics such as Erythromycin
- Fungal infection medicines like Ketoconazole and Itraconazole
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