Levitra, the brand name for the phosphodiesterase inhibitor Vardenafil, treats erectile dysfunction in men. While Levitra will not cure erectile dysfunction, stop pregnancy or prevent sexually transmitted diseases, men may find Levitra helps treat the symptoms of erectile dysfunction by increasing the blood flow to the penis during stimulation. The increase in blood flow allows for an erection at the desired time. In order to avoid the embarrassment of discussing the issue with a doctor face to face, lots of men decide to order delivery Levitra instead.
Although erectile dysfunction is common, some men may fear social stigma or be embarrassed by the condition. Since Levitra comes as a rapidly dissolving tablet, a person taking the medication can do so discretely one hour before he plans to engage in sexual activity. You may also find Vardenafil listed online and that’s because it is the active ingredient in Levitra. The short time between the dosage and the medication’s effect allows for more spontaneous sexual activity. A person with erectile dysfunction may find Levitra convenient, as the tablet does not have to be taken with water, making the dosage method quick and easy to conceal. Regular tablets are available for those who find Levitra doesn’t work correctly at the rapidly dissolving tablet dose. Since the rapidly dissolving tablet contains sorbitol and aspartame, the dissolving form is not appropriate for persons with conditions causing intolerance to either sweetener.
Levitra drug must be stored in a cool, dry room, with the lid on the prescription bottle tightly closed. Do not store Levitra in a bathroom or any other room that has higher levels of moisture and heat and do not open tablet blisters early. The rapidly dissolving tablets are especially susceptible to damage from heat and moisture in the air. When taking the rapidly dissolving tablets, don’t force the tablet through the blister pack foil. The tablet may break apart from the pressure. Levitra shouldn’t be taken more than once in 24 hours. Men with certain conditions, such as heart disease, may not be able to have a full dose of Levitra. Any person considering taking Levitra must tell their doctor about other medications they’re taking and any other health conditions they have before taking Levitra.
Side effects of Levitra
Some men may find Levitra causes side effects. The common side effects are upset stomach, heartburn, flushed skin, nasal congestion and some symptoms similar to the common flu. If these symptoms are severe and persist, the effects must be discussed with a doctor. Emergency treatment is needed if more severe, less common side effects appear. These include loss of hearing or vision, dizziness, ear ringing, swelling of other body parts and difficulty breathing. When side effects aren’t present, most men find Levitra works great for them.