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How To Use Levitra to Treat Erectile Dysfunction
  • By: Dr. Eliza Irwin
  • May 17, 2016

Levitra is an anti-erectile dysfunction medication that works at a physiological level to treat the condition. Also known as Vardenafil hydrochloride, the medication boosts the blood flow towards the male genitalia, allowing you to experience a firm erection that lasts throughout sexual intercourse.

If you suffer from erectile dysfunction, you must follow the steps given below regarding the proper usage of Levitra, to effectively treat your sexual problems.

Step1: Read the Drug Information Leaflet

The first step you need to take before using Tadalafil medication, is to read the leaflet about the safe and effective usage of the medication. The package leaflet contains important instructions regarding the safe and effective usage of the medication. In particular, read the section containing warnings and precautions that refer to the usage of the drug.

Step2: Know the Safe and Effective Dosage

Note that Tadalafil should not be taken more than once per day. Taking more than one tablet in a single day can lead to serious health complications.

Step3: Know the Right Time to Take the Drug

The drug must be taken at least half an hour before indulging in sexual activity. The effects of the drug last for about 36 hours. You can indulge in sexual activity any time during this period and achieve a full erection.

Additional Tips:

(a) Consult with your doctor before taking the medication if you suffer from heart, kidney, or liver problems.

(b) Do not take the drug when with any medication containing nitrates.

(c) Avoid taking the medication if you are using antiviral drugs that are used for the treatment of hepatitis and HIV/AIDS.

(d) Individuals suffering from any type of anaemia or retinitis pigmentosa should not take the medication prior to seeking advice from a qualified medical practitioner.