Levitra is a medicine for the treatment and prevention of erectile dysfunction in men. The drug is based on the active substance vardenafil. The drug is released in tablets of 10mg or 20 mg, which begin to act about half an hour after admission. The effect of the drug lasts from four to five hours.
Levitra will not cause an erection if there is no sexual stimulation. Sexual stimulation can be both on a physical or psychological level.
Dosage: 10mg, 20mg
Dosage form: Tablets
Active Ingredient: Vardenafil
Duration: 4-5 hours
Admission: 30 minutes before sexual intercourse
Treatment for: Erectile dysfunction
Alcohol: Permissible in minimum quantities
Recommended daily dose: 10 mg
FDA approved: Yes (First approved in August 2003)
Levitra can be taken with or without food. Fatty food doesn’t affect the pharmacokinetics of the drug so you can take Levitra without fear that the drug will reduce its effectiveness. The initial dose of Levitra is 10 mg. If there is no positive effect, the dosage may be increased to 20 mg. It is the maximum dose of the medicine.
Joint administration of Levitra with PDE-5 inhibitors, medical nitrates, and stimulants of guanylate cyclase is strictly prohibited. Taking alcoholic beverages together with Levitra can lead to an uncontrolled change in blood pressure. Avoid drinking alcohol while taking Levitra or reduce alcohol consumption to a minimum.