What is Levitra?
Levitra is a drug that has been designed to help men that suffer from the relatively common male condition known as erectile dysfunction. It is a short term and temporary measure designed to help those that suffer from this condition.
How should Levitra be taken?
This drug is designed to be taken right before a man wants to have intercourse. It is not a drug that will make the man sexually stimulated but it will help to achieve an erection if he is already sexually stimulated and wants to have sex. Once the drug has been taken the man should be able to get an erection within around one hour.
Is this medication a cure for ED?
No, this is not a cure for ED. It is a treatment that will help men to deal with the issue when they want to engage in sexual activity. It is something that will start working within around one hour of taking it and will wear off within a few hours, so it is only a temporary measure.
Are there any side effects?
There are a number of mild side effects that are associated with this drug, although they will not necessarily be experienced by everyone that is taking Levitra. Some of these side effects include headaches, nausea, upset stomach, and blocked or runny nose.
What if I am on other medications?
This drug can cause adverse reactions if taken with some other medications or substances, such as nitrates. If you are taking any other medicines or even recreational drugs you should speak to your physician before taking Levitra, so that he or she can determine whether it is safe for you to use.