Levitra is a popular medicine used to treat erectile dysfunction in men. The main active component of the drug Vardenafil improves blood circulation in the cavernous bodies of the penis, increases pressure, which leads to an erection.
It is recommended to take 10 mg of Levitra within 30-60 minutes before the planned sexual intercourse. Never take Levitra more than once a day to avoid side effects. If this dose does not help to restore an erection, try increasing the dosage to 20 mg, but not more.
With poor tolerance to vardenafil, the patient should reduce the amount of the drug to 5 mg.
Vardenafil causes a wide range of side effects that you should be aware of before starting therapy. Most of these side effects don’t cause severe discomfort and do not cause health problems. Among the most common side effects of Levitra are skin redness, dizziness, headache, runny nose, and impaired color perception.