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HOW DOES LEVITRA WORK?
Levitra is part of a group of medications called PDE5 inhibitors which work by relaxing and widening the blood vessels in the penis. This allows blood to flow into and fill the vessels more easily, helping the penis to get erect (erections are caused by the penis filling with blood). Levitra won’t give you an erection automatically though, you have to be sexually aroused, and then Levitra makes it more likely that your arousal results in a lasting erection.
HOW TO TAKE LEVITRA
Levitra is taken as a pill, which should be swallowed with water. It comes in three strengths, 5mg, 10mg, and 20mg. If approved for Levitra, our doctors will tell you what dose to take. You should not take more than one Levitra tablet in 24 hours.
HOW LONG DOES LEVITRA LAST?
Levitra is usually taken around 30 to 60 minutes before sex, and then its effects last for around four to five hours. You may be able to get more than one erection in that time, but this varies from man to man. It depends on how you react to the drug and the dose you take.
Levitra is used to treat erectile dysfunction (ED). It’s taken before sex, and it improves blood flow to the penis, making it more likely that you’ll get and maintain an erection. It won’t cause an erection on its own though. You have to want to have sex and you usually need sexual stimulation, such as foreplay. Levitra then helps with your erection.
Levitra is taken as a pill, which should be swallowed with water. It comes in three strengths, 5 mg, 10 mg, and 20 mg. If approved for Levitra, our doctors will tell you what dose to take. Always take Levitra as directed.
You should take Levitra between 25 and 60 minutes before you plan to have sex, although it can take up to four or five hours to work, so you may have to be patient.
Everyone responds to medication differently, so the time it takes Levitra to work will vary from man to man. Levitra can work as quickly as 25 minutes, although 60 minutes is the average, and it can take four to five hours.
The effects of Levitra typically last for about four to five hours, but this varies by person, it depends on how you react to the medication and what dose you take.
Levitra is typically a very reliable medication so should work for you each time that you use it. If you find that Levitra is not working for you, it could be due to a number of reasons. Eating a heavy meal or drinking too much alcohol before taking Levitra can limit its effectiveness. Also remember that you must be sexually aroused for Levitra to work. We recommend trying Levitra a number of times before changing dose or trying a different ED medication. Please speak to our doctors if Levitra doesn’t work for you.
Both Levitra and Viagra are effective treatments for ED. They contain similar ingredients, and they work in similar ways, by improving blood flow to the penis. Levitra may last a little longer than Viagra, by around an hour or so. Which treatment is better for you depends on how you react to the meds. You might find one is more effective, and/or you have fewer side effects with one of them.
Scientific studies have repeatedly shown that Levitra can help the majority of men with ED. Not all meds work for everyone though, and Levitra won’t necessarily work for every man. If Levitra doesn’t work for you, you can try other ED meds, like Viagra or Cialis.
Levitra is usually well tolerated by most men, but like any medication, side effects are possible. Some of the more common side effects recorded include headaches, congestion, dizziness, facial flushing and nausea. More serious side effects can also be caused. If you think that you are experiencing a more serious medical reaction to Levitra, seek medical attention. For full information on Levitra side effects, please read the patient information leaflet.
Levitra shouldn’t be taken by men with heart or liver problems or if you have high or low blood pressure. Levitra is not suitable if you are taking medications that may interact with it, such as nitrate based medications.
No, you must be sexually aroused for Levitra to work. The medication is there to help support natural erections, so it will only work when you want it to.
Levitra is usually a very reliable medication for the treatment of erectile dysfunction, however there are a number of factors that can impact the effectiveness of the medication. These include drinking a large amount of alcohol or eating a heavy meal before taking Levitra. You must also be relaxed and sexually aroused for the Levitra to work. If you are stressed or anxious, it may not work for you. We recommend trying Levitra at the same dose a number of times before changing dose or using a different ED medication. Speak to our doctors if you feel Levitra is not working for you.
Levitra and vardenafil contain the same active ingredient and they work in the same way. Levitra is the brand under which the treatment was originally sold, but cheaper generic versions of the drug are now available, which are marketed under the name vardenafil.
Levitra and Viagra both belong to a group of meds called PDE5 inhibitors, which work in a similar way to improve blood flow to the penis to support stronger erections. They both remain active for a similar amount of time and they have similar side effects. There is some evidence that Levitra can be more effective for men with diabetes than other medications.
The effects of Cialis last for longer than Levitra, 36 hours compared with 4-5 hours, however, the medications are very similar and one is not stronger than the other.
No, you cannot take more than one tablet in 24 hours. You should only take Levitra as directed. Speak to our doctors if you feel your dose is wrong.
You should only take Levitra as directed. Speak to our doctors if you feel your dose is wrong.
You can take Levitra with alcohol, but alcohol can make it harder to get an erection, and it may limit the effectiveness of the drug.
You can take Levitra with food, but heavy meals, or meals high in fat, can delay how quickly Levitra works. This drug can also be affected by grapefruit and grapefruit juice, so you should avoid these when taking Levitra.
Levitra can cause side effects which can impair your ability to drive including dizziness and headaches. Don’t drive whilst taking Levitra until you’re sure of how the drug affects you, and you’re confident you can drive safely.
Yes, Levitra is a prescription-only medication. FROM MARS is a registered UK pharmacy so our doctors are able to provide a prescription if they determine that Levitra is suitable for you.
You can buy Levitra or vardenafil safely online from us. FROM MARS is a registered UK pharmacy. Simply start your online consultation by entering your medical history and symptoms, and if approved, you’ll receive a treatment plan from one of our doctors within two hours. Your order will be shipped for free to your door the next day.
VARDENAFIL VS LEVITRA
Levitra is a brand name medication discovered and manufactured by Bayer, and vardenafil is the active ingredient in Levitra that treats erectile dysfunction.
Which meds are right for me?
All treatments are medically proven to assist in getting and maintaining an erection – but each one of them are unique in their abilities and effectiveness.
Your consultation with our doctors can ensure you find the right ED meds for your needs.
Levitra dosage and strength
Levitra tablets come in three strengths, 5 mg, 10 mg, and 20 mg. The usual dose is one 10 mg tablet taken before sex, although our doctors may increase this dose to 20 mg or decrease it to 5 mg depending on your circumstances and how you react to the drug. You should never exceed the dose you were prescribed. If you feel your dose is wrong, speak to us rather than changing it yourself.
DO NOT take Levitra if you:
- Are under 18 years old
- Are a woman
- Don’t have erectile dysfunction
- Have been advised by your doctor to avoid sexual activity
- Are allergic to vardenafil or any of the other ingredients in the medication (see the leaflet in the Levitra packaging for a full list of ingredients)
- Are taking nitrate medicines, or medicines called nitric oxide donors such as amyl nitrite (poppers), as taking these along with Levitra can seriously affect your blood pressure
- Are taking guanylate cyclase stimulators like Adempas (riociguat), for hypertension
- Have had surgery in the last 6 months
- Have recently had a heart attack or stroke
- Have low blood pressure, or high blood pressure which is not controlled
- Have inherited eyes diseases, like retinitis pigmentosa
- Have ever had a loss of vision caused by non-arteritic anterior ischaemic optic neuropathy (NAION)
Talk to our doctors if you are unsure if you can take Levitra.
Taking other medications with Levitra
Levitra can interact with other medications. Don’t take it if you are taking any of the medications listed in Levitra interactions below. Tell our doctors about any other medications you are taking, including vitamins and herbal supplements.
DO NOT take Levitra if you are taking:
- Other erectile dysfunction meds, including any pills or creams or ointments
- Any treatments for pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH) containing sildenafil or other PDE5 inhibitors
- Nitrate medicines, often prescribed for chest pain
- Guanylate cyclase stimulators like Adempas (riociguat), prescribed for hypertension
- Medicines called alpha-blockers
- Medicines called HIV protease inhibitors
- Medicines to treat high blood pressure
Levitra and grapefruit
Don’t eat grapefruit or drink grapefruit juice if you’re taking Levitra, as research has shown that grapefruit juice contains a molecule that can make the effects of Levitra stronger. This might sound desirable, but it can cause an overdose, make the effects unpredictable, and it could worsen side effects.
Who can take Levitra?
Levitra can be taken by adult men over the age of 18, who have erectile dysfunction. Levitra isn’t suitable for all men though, and you should check with our doctors before taking it if you:
- Have blood cells conditions like sickle cell disease, multiple myeloma, or leukaemia
- Have a deformity of the penis, such as Peyronie’s disease
- Have heart problems
- Have liver problems
- Have kidney problems or are having dialysis
- Have pulmonary hypertension
- Have problems with bleeding
- Have had stomach ulcers
Possible side effects of Levitra
As with any medicine, Levitra can have side effects. Not everyone will get them, and not everyone who does gets the same ones. These were the side effects found in the clinical testing of Levitra:
Common side effects of Levitra (may affect up to 1 in 10 people):
- Headache (very common, may affect more than 1 in 10 people)
- Blocked or runny nose
Uncommon side effects of Levitra (may affect up to 1 in 100 people):
- Swelling of skin and mucous tissue including swollen face, lips or throat
- Sleep disorder
- Numbness and impaired perception of touch
- Effects on vision, redness of the eye, effects on colour vision, eye pain and discomfort
- Sensitivity to light
- Ringing in the ears
- Fast heartbeat or pounding heart
- Stuffy nose
- Acid reflux, gastritis, abdominal pain, diarrhoea, vomiting; feeling sick (nausea)
- Dry mouth
- Raised levels of liver enzymes in your blood
- Rash, reddened skin
- Back or muscle pain, muscle stiffness
- Prolonged erections
Rare effects of Levitra (may affect up to 1 in 1,000 people):
- Inflammation of the eyes (conjunctivitis)
- Allergic reaction
- Increased pressure in the eye (glaucoma)
- Effects on the heart (such as heart attack, altered heartbeat or angina)
- High or low blood pressure
- Effect on results of blood tests to check liver function
- Sensitivity of the skin to sunlight
- Painful erections
- Chest pain
Very rare effects of Levitra (may affect less than 1 in 1,000 people):
- Blood in the urine
- Presence of blood in the semen
- Penile bleeding
If you experience any of the following side effects stop taking Levitra and seek medical help immediately:
- The rapid onset of side effects that indicate you’re having an allergic reaction to Levitra, including flushing, itchy skin and/or a rash, sudden wheeziness, swelling of the lips, face, neck, and throat making it difficult to breathe
- Chest pains
- An erection that lasts for longer than four hours
- A sudden decrease or loss of vision
- Seizures or fits
Levitra expiration and storage
Don’t keep Levitra tablets past the date of expiry on the packaging. It’s crucial that you never use Levitra after this date (the expiry date refers to the last day of the month).
Store Levitra in its original packaging at home in a cool dry place and when travelling, to protect it from moisture. Keep it below a temperature of 30°C. Always make sure you keep Levitra out of sight and reach of children.
Don’t throw unwanted Levitra meds out with household waste or flush it down the sink or toilet, as the medication can cause environmental harm. Take expired medications to your local pharmacy so that they can be disposed of safely.
Arrange a check-up with your GP after 6 months
You should have a check-up with your doctor after you’ve been taking Levitra for six months, even if you feel healthy and well. Erectile dysfunction can be an early warning sign of more serious health issues, such as heart problems, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, and diabetes. Whilst it might not be any of these things, it’s important to know.
Is levitra safe?
Side effects of tadalafil are usually mild to moderate and only last for a short amount of time. If you experience any side affects you should stop taking the medication. We recommend reading the link below to understand all of the potential benefits and risks of the medication.
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