Friday, 1 June 2012

Levitra: frequently asked questions

To enable men that suffer from erectile dysfunction to engage in sexual activity many often turn to using ED drugs. It is not unusual for them to have questions about these medications, including Levitra. Compiled here are some of the most common questions asked by men and answers to help make informed decisions about effective ED treatments.

How does this medication work?

All PDE5 inhibitors work by increasing the flow of blood to the penis so that an erection is possible. A chemical reaction is induced to allow this to occur. Sexual stimulation is required to actually achieve an erection. This medication helps you maintain an erection during intercourse.

What are the possible side effects?

For anyone that suffers from low or high blood pressure, heart disease or other medical conditions that are considered high-risk the potential for side effects when taking evitra will increase just like any other ED medication. Any man who uses this medication may experience side effects that include headaches, nausea, or facial flushing. On rare occasions, men who have taken this drug have experienced erections that lasts more than four hours or vision impairments.

Will I immediately get an erection when I take this medication?

You will only achieve an erection after you are sexually stimulated. This type of medication does not automatically produce erections. It is intended to help you get an erection when you are engaged in sexual activity.

How do I know if this is the right ED medication for me?

You should consult with a physician who will review your medical history and gather information about your impotency to help make sure this is the best treatment for your ED. Determining if this drug is right for you involves your current health status as well as what you expect from the drug.

How often can I have sex when I take this medication?

You should only take one pill a day which typically works for up to four hours. Most men who use this drug experience one successful erection during this time period although some report being able to achieve multiple erections with a single dose.

Is it safe to buy ED medications from online pharmacies?

As long as the pharmacies are reputable, you should not have to worry about counterfeit Levitra. If you suspect you have received counterfeits do not take the drugs as they can be dangerous. Legitimate pharmacies sell Levitra exactly as it is manufactured by Bayer/GlaxoSmithKline.

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