Levitra (Vardenafil) – Dysfunction Treatment
What is Levitra and what is in it?
Levitra is a medication used to treat erectile dysfunction, that is, problems getting and maintaining an erection (ED) in adult men. It contains the active ingredient vardenafil.
How does it work?
Vardenafil is a phosphodiesterase type 5 inhibitor (PDE5) and works by relaxing the muscles in the penis to allow more blood to flow through the blood vessels. The extra blood in the penis results in a firm erection for sexual intercourse.
How do I take Levitra?
A tablet should be swallowed whole with water about 25-60 minutes before intended sexual activity. Levitra will not work without sexual stimulation. The recommended initial dose is 10mg once a day maximum, which can be adjusted according to how you respond to the medicine.
How long does Levitra take to work?
The drug acts with the presence of sexual stimulation approximately 25-60 minutes after taking the dose.
How long does Levitra last?
Levitra remains in the body for around 4-5 hours.