Putting Erectile Dysfunction And Premature Ejaculation to Bed With Levitra
Erectile dysfunction can not only place a huge strain on a relationship – it can also have a massive effect on self confidence, as you can be left feeling that you’re not masculine or capable of satisfying your partner. A common myth is that Viagra is the be all and end all when it comes to treating erectile dysfunction, but this is a bit off the mark – there’s a host of solutions out there, spanning both prescription drugs and natural treatments, to help put the problem to bed (pun intended).
Levitra, also known as Vardenafil, is an example of an effective, prescription- only alternative to Viagra. Developed by the manufacturer Bayer at a time when Viagra was the standalone option in a very lucrative market, Levitra was created to directly challenge Viagra and is today one of the most popular drugs available for treating impotence and – something its counterpart doesn’t stake a claim to – premature ejaculation.
Another principal point of difference between the two is that Levitra comes in a range of doses – 2.5mg, 5mg, 10mg and 20mg, with your doctor providing the right dosage for you. The majority of men will start at a dose of 10mg, whereas others will take a lower dose if they take certain medicines or suffer from health conditions.
So how does it work? Like similar treatments for erectile dysfunction, Levitra increases blood flow to the penis to improve erectile function. Its active ingredients targets the chain of events occurring in the penis as it becomes aroused, during which the two large chambers in the penis become filled with blood.
While Levitra has legions of happy fans far and wide, no erectile dysfunctional drug is free from risk, and comes accompanied by the roll call of potential side effects common to most erectile dysfunction treatments.
The most common side effects associated with Levitra are headaches, blushing, a stuffy or runny nose, indigestion, stomach upset, dizziness, and back pain. A rarer complication associated with Levitra and other PDE5 inhibitors include sudden loss of sight or hearing, often accompanied by dizziness and ringing in the ears. This should be reported to a doctor immediately.
Levitra can also react negatively to other medications, both prescription and non-prescription. This is because it can cause a drop in blood pressure, which can lead to fainting and other complications if combined with medication that does the same.
Here’s a list of medications that, if you’re taking and considering using Levitra, you should definitely let your doctor know about:
- Any alpha-blockers, often prescribed to treat high blood pressure, or any other blood pressure medication
- Medications to treat an abnormal heartbeat
- HIV medication
- Antifungal medicine like Ketoconazole or Itraconazole
- Treatments for bacterial infections like Erythromycin or Clarithromycin
- Any other medication to treat erectile dysfunction
You should also let your doctor know if you have ever suffered from health conditions such any kind of heart issue, stroke, seizure, or liver or kidney problems. Contact the manufacturer or your doctor for the full lowdown.
While these side effects tend not to affect most people using Levitra, it’s little surprise that an increasing number of people are looking for safer, natural alternatives to beat erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation without the risks often associated with prescription drugs.
One product that we can suggest is Prosolution Plus – a 100% natural supplement from the US that was developed to treat both erection difficulties as well as (unlike viagra and the like) the spectre of premature ejaculation…. Users reviews are all first class with no reports of any side effects and whats more it is now available throughout the UK..