Levitra is an oral prescription medication that any physician can give men suffering from erectile dysfunction. The main ingredient of Levitra is a PDE5 inhibitor called vardenafil that helps increase the blood flow to the penis. This results into the development of an erection that is supposed to lasts until the successful completion of a sexual act.
The recommended dosage of Levitra is one tablet per day but the medicine is available in capsules of 2,5 mg, 5 mg, 10mg and 20 mg. Therefore seeing a doctor is very important before starting the treatment as erectile dysfunction problems can be mild or serious and depending on that the proper dosage is prescribed. Levitra is not an aphrodisiac so expecting a growth in one’s libido is a false hope. Alcohol doesn’t help either as it could cause an increase in the medicine’s side effects such as migraines or dizziness. In all cases a sexual stimulation is needed as an arousal cannot be obtained or maintained otherwise.
Impotent men suffering form conditions like diabetes or high cholesterol can now return to a normal sex life thanks to Levitra as clinical testing shows that the medicine is not intrusive with treatments for such diseases. In addition stomach discomfort after taking the pill is eliminated as Levitra’s prescription allows the administration of the medicine after meals. Nevertheless one should be careful as it has been proven that Levitra can interact with grapefruit; before hurrying in letting grapefruit go talking to a doctor might help.