Levitra (Vardenafil) is an oral tablet that is beneficial for the treatment of Erectile Dysfunction (ED) only in the male. About 30 million people in the United States have a problem with getting and keeping an erection. Levitra is an effective medicine for the treatment of Erectile Dysfunction. It is available in various strengths, such as Levitra 10 mg, and others.
How does Levitra work?
Levitra comes in the category of medicines known as PDE5 inhibitors. The medication works by blocking an enzyme known as phosphodiesterase type 5. This action promotes the relaxation in penis muscles. Relaxed muscles allow blood to flow freely in the penis that helps to get an erection.
Side effects of Levitra
You may experience side effects when you do not follow the precautions and medicine guidelines properly. The precautions and dosage instructions are available at your prescription label. Possible side effects of Levitra may include:
- Upset stomach
- Stuffy nose
- Vision change
- Back pain
- Sore throat
Tell your doctor if you have any side effects after taking medicine. Levitra does not protect you from sexually transmitted diseases, so use an effective condom while having intercourse.
Precautions while taking Levitra 10 mg
Precautions are all the same for Levitra 10 mg and other strengths of the medicine. However, discuss precautions with your doctor before starting the medication. Most common precautions for the drug are:
- Take medicine in the same way as directed.
- Do not exceed the daily dosage limit.
- Take the dosage before 30 minutes of sexual activity.
- Use an effective condom to prevent STDs.
- Do not share your medicine with anyone else.
Contact your doctor for a better explanation of the necessary precautions.