Levitra is a new drug for erectile dysfunction ED, a medication known as INHIBITOR PDE-5, used to combat such dysfunction in men.

Is it effective?

The results in clinical trials show that 80% of patients who have had erection problems have improved with the use of Levitra.

How does Levitra work?

Levitra acts in a similar way to Viagra. Levitra blocks an enzyme called phosphodiesterase-5, or PDE-5. It regulates the action of the muscles of the penis to relax or contract. As a result, you will get a faster and easier erection.

When should you take Levitra?

Levitra is an oral tablet that should be taken 30 minutes before the sexual act, although its effects last for 12 hours and in some cases up to 24 hours.

Is it necessary to take Levitra with or without food?
Levitra can be taken independently of the meal. However, the process of action may be delayed if Levitra is ingested with food.

What are the side effects of Levitra?

Like many other medications, the undesirable effects of Levitra are a headache and palpitations.

What are the interactions of Levitra?

Your Doctor must know if you are taking any other medication:

  • If you suffer from allergy or are hypersensitive to Vardenafil.
  • If you are taking nitrates, such as glyceryl trinitrate for angina, or nitrous oxide donors, such as amyl nitrite.
  • This can severely affect your blood pressure.
  • If you have serious heart or liver problems.
  • If you are subjected to renal dialysis.
  • If you have recently had a cerebral ischemic attack or a heart attack.
  • If you have low blood pressure, or if you had it in the past.
  • If you have a family history of degenerative eye diseases (such as retinitis pigmentosa).
  • Levitra is now available at Meritxell Pharmacy, since March 2003 in the following presentations

WARNING:

Meritxell Pharmacy informs you that this drug requires a medical prescription. The information provided by Meritxell Pharmacy of ethical drugs is only informative and is not a substitute for the advice of the medical professional. Only your doctor is the health professional trained to detect your health problems and prescribe the most appropriate treatment. This information is exclusively for the use of medical or health professionals.
Medicines are not a common consumption good, their improper use can cause serious problems in the health of the users, only their doctor or health professional is the one to determine which medication requires a prescription.

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