Levitra as one of the options to treat ED
Thanks to a range of modern developments, there is a range of effective methods used for the treatment of erectile dysfunction both short-term and long-term. The medications, like Viagra, Levitra and Cialis and known to be pretty effective for the treatment of this condition. Levitra was approved by FDA after Viagra but before Cialis. Levitra belongs to PDE5 inhibitor drugs. This medication acts by helping in muscles relaxation. As a result, the blood flow to penis increases and erection is reached. Levitra is not the drug for everyone, the same as Cialis and Viagra.
Before you start using this medication, you should familiarize yourself with possible side effects, contraindications and other important safely information. Surely, you should go to your healthcare provider and ask for an advice on taking this medication. You will take this medication one time before having sexual activity. Generally, it is recommended to take this medication one hour before starting sexual intercourse. You can buy only a single table of this medication, just to make sure that it will be the right medication for you. You should not use this medication more often 1 time a day.
If you use this medication, you may experience side effects. There is a range of the most commonly met side effects and the most commonly met of them is headache. If you have any side effects, you should contact your healthcare provider and tell one about side effects that you may experience. In case you have severe side effects, you should look for medical help immediately.
You should not use Levitra, if you have allergy to this medication. Also, you should not eat grapefruits and drink grapefruit juice when using Levitra. There are 304 medications that may cause drug interaction if used along with Levitra. The starting dosage of this medication is 10 mg, but may be low if so require health condition, age of a patient, other medication used and other factors. Generally, you should advice with your healthcare provider on adjusting the dosage of this medication.