Levitra is a drug that treats male erectile dysfunction. The pill is to be taken only when you wish to have sex. Levitra is able to help men who suffer from erectile dysfunction achieve and maintain an erection when aroused either physically or visually. This applies equally to those who suffer from erectile dysfunction infrequently. Levitra is not for women and should only be taken by men with a prescription.
How does Levitra work?
Levitra increases blood flow to the penis. When sexually stimulated the arteries in the penis relax and enlarge. As these arteries expand the veins taking blood away from the penis are compressed restricting the blood flow out of the penis, thus causing an erection. It is if the nerves and blood vessels that facilitate this process are not working sufficiently that erectile dysfunction occurs.
There are three potential dosages of Levitra: 20mg, 10mg and 5mg. This dosage may have to be adjusted by your physician should the desired effect not be achieved. As with all medication you should follow he advice of your physician and consult him if you have any questions or concerns.
Levitra should be taken once a day, with or without meals, as required. Do not reduce or increase the prescribed dosage.
Medical advice should be sought before taking Levitra if you:
· are older than 65
· have liver or kidney complications
· are taking protease inhibitors.
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