Erectile dysfunction can be a debilitating symptom for men of all ages. This symptom is associated with several ailments including high blood pressure, diabetes, obesity, and heart disease. Poor blood circulation and abnormalities of the cardiovascular system all inhibit proper amounts of blood flow to the penis, causing the inability to have an erection in the process. Prescription medications such as, Levitra, can be used to treat erectile dysfunction in men while sexually stimulated.
Vardenafil: main active component
Levitra’s most active ingredient, Vardenafil, halts the effects of an enzyme called cGMP-specific phosphodiesterase type 5, or PDE5 for short. Vardenafil disallows PDE5 to inhibit the proper flow of blood within the blood vessels of the penis by relaxing the walls of said blood vessels. As a result, with the use of sexual stimulation, a full erection can be achieved and maintained. Men who have taken Levitra (Vardenafil) have reported to have experienced much longer stamina during sexual intercourse and have less instances of premature ejaculation.
Levitra is to be taken orally approximately one hour before sexual intercourse, with or without food. Patients should not go over the recommended frequency of one dose per every 24-hour period. Each person’s specific dose will be determined by their medical provider and is heavily dependent on previous medical conditions and any other medications they may be taking. Do not take Levitra with any other medications without the consent of a medical professional.
Levitra: side effects
Side effects of Levitra include but are not limited to blurred vision, dizziness, nausea, sensitivity to light, pain in the abdomen, pain in the eyes, pain of the facial muscles, pain in the back, lightheadedness when standing up suddenly, sudden deafness, seizures, and headaches. The most urgent side effect of Levitra, heart attack, is a rare occurrence, however those with pre-existing heart issues should pay close attention to chest pain, elevated heartbeat, tightness and pain in the left arm, and feeling as though you will faint. Because sexual activity is often a high energy strain on the body, the heart works harder to adequately provide blood flow. A weakened heart in conjunction with Levitra and sexual stress could cause a heart attack. If you experience any of the symptoms mentioned above, contact medical assistance immediately.
Disclose any medical ailments you had in the past or currently have when discussing Levitra with your doctor, including allergies, HIV, cancer, sickle cell anemia, diseases of the liver, irregular blood pressure, and heart disease. Lower your consumption of alcohol and marijuana when taking Levitra. Levitra used in tandem with other drugs could lead to potentially fatal side effects. Do not take Levitra in combination with any nitrate medications such as amyl nitrate, sodium nitroprusside, nicorandil, isosorbide dinitrate, isosorbide mononitrate, and glyceryl trinitrate.
How to buy Levitra?
In order to obtain Levitra, speak with your primary care physician. Proper dosage will be determined based on your medical history. Levitra is most safely obtained from a certified pharmacy. It is recommended to get a prescription from your doctor before taking Levitra. Do not consume non-prescription Levitra or Vardenafil. Levitra may be subsidized for generic Vardenafil.
Medical Practitioner (General Practice) with postgraduate diplomas in Cape Town. My special interest is erectile dysfunction.