What is levitra used for?

The original medicine is manufactured by Bayer Health Care AG, a well-known pharmaceutical company in Leverkusen, Germany. Generic medicines are also produced by other licensed manufacturers under the same standards and strict regulations after the expiry of the protected patent. The formula and active ingredients of the product are fully comparable to the original.

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Levitra is a therapeutic preparation with the main active ingredient Vardenafil, a potent and selective cGMP inhibitor. It is indicated for the improvement of erections and the treatment of urinary tract diseases. The recommended dose rapidly produces a sufficient (60%) erection in certain candidates. A statistically significant result was demonstrated after 25 minutes. The drug impresses with its efficacy at all ages and even in patients with chronic conditions such as diabetes, hypertension or spinal cord impairment.

Indicated side effects

Long-term studies have demonstrated safety and reliability. Research into safety or toxicity with long-term use does not indicate an increased health risk if you are in good physical shape.

Rare and mild side effects include headache, flushing, nasal congestion or dizziness and are more common in the elderly. Less commonly, bluish or blurred vision or other visual disturbances are observed and resolve quickly.

Those with hepatic or renal impairment, hypertension, retinal detachment or concomitant users of other medications should proceed with caution. If necessary, seek professional advice.

Concomitant use with nitrates used in the treatment of angina pectoris is prohibited. Risk factors include combination with erythromycin or clarithromycin or hypersensitivity to the active substances and excipients. Strictly prohibited in severe forms of cardiovascular disease such as unstable angina or severe heart failure, when any sexual intercourse is also prohibited.

Available levitra variants