What is the recommended dosage for Levitra?
Asked by Mariette Darrisaw 1 month ago.
For most patients, the recommended starting dose of Levitra is 10 mg, taken orally, as needed, approximately 60 minutes before sexual activity. The dose may be increased to a maximum recommended dose of 20 mg or decreased to 5 mg based on efficacy and side effects. The maximum recommended dosing frequency is once per day. Sexual stimulation is required for a response to treatment. Answered by Dannie Dunkentell 1 month ago.
Generic Levitra can be taken orally by the patient. Initially, the patient should take a dose of 10 mg of the medicine. Based on the response that the patient shows and need of the patient, the dose can be increased to 20 mg or decreased to 5 mg. The patient should take this medicine at least 60 minutes before the physical intercourse for better result. For more information you can visit Drugsdropship24. Answered by Madonna Lobello 1 month ago.
I don't know what Levitra is, but with any medication the recommended dosage is always on the box/bottle. If you can't find it, for some reason, ask a doctor or pharmacist. Answered by Virgie Neesmith 1 month ago.
The recommended dosage is whatever your doctor tells you to take. The instructions for taking it should be on the box or bottle. Levitra is available in 2.5 mg, 5 mg, 10 mg, and 20 mg doses in round orange tablets. According to Wikipedia, the normal starting dose is 10 mg. Answered by Alesia Torrell 1 month ago.
as much as ur heart desires Answered by Ali Jaspers 1 month ago.
Can you die from taking Levitra?
I have high anxiety about taking medications... I'm Not allergic to anything in it and i have no known health problems is there a chance that it can just somehow kill you? I know it's silly but please be serious
Asked by Betty Samuell 1 month ago.
Common Side Effects of Levitra Levitra has been studied extensively in clinical trials, with more than 4,430 people having been evaluated. In these studies, side effects occurring in a group of people taking the drug are always documented and compared to the side effects that occur in a similar group of people not taking the medicine. This way, it is possible to see what side effects occur, how often they appear, and how they compare to the group not taking the medicine. Based on these studies, common Levitra side effects (occurring in more than 2 percent of people) include: Headache -- in up to 15 percent of people (see Headaches From Levitra) Facial flushing -- up to 11 percent Indigestion or upset stomach -- up to 4 percent Stuffy or runny nose (rhinitis) -- up to 9 percent Inflammation of the sinuses (sinusitis) -- up to 3 percent Flu-like symptoms -- up to 3 percent Accidental injury -- up to 3 percent Increased levels of creatine kinase in the blood (an enzyme normally found in muscles and the brain) -- up to 2 percent Nausea -- up to 2 percent Dizziness -- up to 2 percent Back pain -- up to 2 percent. These side effects normally go away after a couple of hours. Some of these possible rare side effects of Levitra include but are not limited to: Allergic reactions Angina pectoris (chest pain) Arthritis Blurred vision Diarrhea High blood pressure (hypertension) Insomnia Muscle pain (known as myalgia) Prolonged erection without pain Prolonged, painful erection (priapism) Unexplained rash A sudden decrease in or loss of hearing Ringing of the ears (tinnitus) Blurred vision Temporary vision loss Urinary incontinence Vomiting. In rare cases, people taking medicine (such as Levitra) for erectile dysfunction have also experienced serious problems that occur in the heart, brain, or blood vessels. These problems include: Heart attack Sudden death Serious irregular heart rhythms Stroke Transient ischemic attack (TIA), which is also called a mini-stroke High blood pressure (hypertension) Bleeding within the brain or in the spaces just outside the brain Bleeding in the lungs. Because most of these people had heart or blood vessel (cardiovascular) risk factors, and because the side effects occurred during or shortly after sexual activity, it is difficult to tell the origin of these side effects. Researchers don't know if the problems were related to Levitra, the person's existing risk factors, sexual activity, or a combination of these factors. Answered by Warner Caras 1 month ago.
You can get some of the most common interactions of this medicine like Headache, stomach upset, back pain, muscle pain, stuffy nose, flushing, or dizziness. If you feel any of the side effects, you should talk to your doctor right away. Levitra is used to treat the erectile dysfunction in men. Levitra is an oral medicine that is effective for the treatment of impotence (the inability to attain or maintain a penile erection) and benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). This medication is related to the class of drugs called phosphodiesterase inhibitors that also contains sildenafil and vardenafil. The nitric oxide causes an enzyme, guanylate cyclase, to produce cyclic guanosine monophosphate (cGMP). Levitra is useful for stopping the phosphodiesterase-5 from demolishing cGMP so that cGMP stays around longer. You can buy Levitra online at topdrugmart at very low price. Answered by Christia Widdison 1 month ago.
No but if your girlfriend kicks you out of bed be sure to have some porn handy to masturbate the effects off. Answered by Laverne Gimm 1 month ago.
Wt is levitra??wt is this use for?
wt is levitra?/wt is it use for?/does it help to increase the sex time??/
Asked by Madalyn Mernin 1 month ago.
Levitra (generic name: vardenafil; brand names include: Vivanza / Yaila) is a prescription medicine that is used to treat erectile dysfunction (ED) and can help you get and keep a quality erection, so that you can make the most of each sexual experience. Levitra is one of the most widely used ED medicines. Levitra is offered in two different strengths: Levitra standard dose 20 mg Levitra extra strength 40 mg You should always start with the lowest dosage and then adjust it according to your response. Levitra works as as-needed medication, meaning it should be taken prior to sexual activity. The efficacy of Levitra was shown in clinical trials. You may notice improvements in both erection hardness and your ability to maintain your erection during sex. Like other ED drugs, Levitra alone will not give you an instant erection. Sexual stimulation is necessary for an erection to happen. For most men, Levitra did not cause an erection for longer than they were sexually stimulated. What Levitra does: The active ingredient in Levitra works specifically on the chain of events that occur in the penis during arousal and belongs to a class of drugs called PDE-5 inhibitors. It works by increasing blood flow to the penis to improve erectile function. Once a man has completed sexual activity, blood flow to his penis should decrease and his erection should go away. Levitra has been clinically shown to improve erectile function even in men who had other health problems, including diabetes, prostate surgery, and high blood pressure. Levitra is both for men who need a little help once in a while and men who need more frequent help Answered by Annalee Yarbro 1 month ago.
Mixing Herbal Enhancement Pill and Levitra?
I have an adult film shoot in a couple days, and I want to know what will happen if I mix a gas station "herbal enchancement" pill and Levitra together. Is there any chance they will cancel each other out? I know mixing is not good, but I need to be rock hard for this shoot; so please spare the...
Asked by Tajuana Dellum 1 month ago.
I have an adult film shoot in a couple days, and I want to know what will happen if I mix a gas station "herbal enchancement" pill and Levitra together. Is there any chance they will cancel each other out? I know mixing is not good, but I need to be rock hard for this shoot; so please spare the warnings. Answered by Christal Marks 1 month ago.
Levitra takes a short time to begin working inside the body. Viagra usually takes close to one hour to begin working, while Levitra users start feeling the beneficial effects of this drug after only 15 minutes. Furthermore, Levitra also lasts for about five hours in the body. Most men opt to use Levitra rather than Viagra because of the limited side effects linked to using it. Even though these two medications share alike side effects, Levitra does not cause any visual effects. Men who take Levitra do not suffer from tinted vision. This is unlike those men taking Viagra whose vision is impaired slightly. Answered by Jeff Mcelhone 1 month ago.
No-they will not cancel eachother out. The herbal enhancement will take longer to act. don't they usually give you a shot in the penis to make you hard for films. Good luck! Stay Hard! Answered by Grace Migliaccio 1 month ago.
If you really want to be rock hard for you shoot you do not need to mix levitra drug with hurbal enhancer. Just try Super Avana, which is a combination drug for the treatment of persistent ED and premature ejaculation. Super Avana consists of two active ingredients that are Avanafil (phosphodiesterase type 5 inhibitor) and Dapoxetine (selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor). The use of combination drug such as Super Avana is preferred over single drug due to minimum side-effects and better efficacy. To purchase Supe Avana online at topdrugmart affordable price. Answered by Jeanice Drewett 1 month ago.
Would taking grapefruit juuce with levitra cause a problem?
Asked by Jeana Vanderpoel 1 month ago.
Yes! The chemical in Levitra is metabolized ("broken down") by your liver and intestines before it gets excreted with your bile into your intestine (and eventually out with the feces). Grapefruit juice destroys the enzyme (called CYP 3A4) that is responsible for breaking down Levitra. If your liver or intestines can't breakdown Levitra as fast, then you end up with a higher amount in your blood. This will potentially cause some side effects for you (erection lasting for longer than 4 hours which can lead to impotence, or serious nausea) but most importantly it messes with how your heart beats, something called the QT interval. If this interval gets too long a potentially fatal heart arrhythmia Torsades De Pointes can occur, leading to sudden death. So if you have drank, or enjoy drinking, grapefruit juice and want to use Levitra there is hope. Even though grapefruit juice destroys the enzyme your liver is constantly making more of it and within 4 to 7 days after your last glass of grapefruit juice, your levels of the enzyme will be back to normal such that you shouldn't notice a difference. If you have already taken Levitra within 24 hours of grapefruit juice (for example yesterday when you asked the question) and haven't experienced any side effects then there is no cause for concern but you MUST avoid the combination in future. The reason for this is that unfortunately we cannot tell when our heart is undergoing a torsades de pointes, it is asymptomatic until it is too late. Have fun, but most importantly be safe. Best of luck Answered by Asha Hauschildt 1 month ago.
How does Levitra work exactly? Please read description!!?
I am 27 years old, I do not always have trouble getting a erection I just have alot of trouble maintaining it for too long. Sometimes I can get hard and all it will take is for me to go to switch positions and I will go limp or I can be getting head and go to put it in and it wont be hard or hard enough when I go...
Asked by Van Patti 1 month ago.
I am 27 years old, I do not always have trouble getting a erection I just have alot of trouble maintaining it for too long. Sometimes I can get hard and all it will take is for me to go to switch positions and I will go limp or I can be getting head and go to put it in and it wont be hard or hard enough when I go to stick it in. Im healthy enough to take levitra but when I take the 20mg tablet that my doctor prescribed to me and get hard will it really make my erection last so we can fully enjoy intercourse and try as many as positions as we want? Please only answer if your serious and really know as this is a serious issue. Answered by Esta Andren 1 month ago.
levitra (and it's cousins viagra and cialis) work by raising nitrous levels in your blood. this allows the penis to engorge with blood, but more importantly, helps 'clamp' the blood so it stays in your penis. that's why all those commercials warn you about an erection lasting more than four hours; the blood can't escape and will start to clot. you can then develop scarring in your blood sacs in your penis, and you won't be able to get an erection or get as hard. some other things to consider about these drugs: don't take them after eating a fat laden meal; fat keeps the stomach and intestines from absorbing the levitra or viagra or cialis. and if you want it to work fast, take it with a coke; the carbonation seems to make the stuff get into your bloodstream faster, and it can work in as little as 10 minutes. and don't use 'poppers' when taking levitra Answered by Abigail Berent 1 month ago.
Scared of levitra?
Here's my deal> I'm scared to take doctor presribed levitra. I have bad, "what I feel, performance anxiety" it's totally bothering me. I have never been a pill taker for really anything and scared of whatever side effects. It sounds werid, but it was like one day a year or so ago my...
Asked by Alayna Benge 1 month ago.
Here's my deal> I'm scared to take doctor presribed levitra. I have bad, "what I feel, performance anxiety" it's totally bothering me. I have never been a pill taker for really anything and scared of whatever side effects. It sounds werid, but it was like one day a year or so ago my "mojo" was lost. I'm not lacking in the date dept, but all I can think of is not being able to perform when it gets down to it....it's like I'm not even in the moment....it sucks... Answered by Jayson Sovich 1 month ago.
Hello You mustn't be afraid to take Levitra, if your doctor has prescribed to you than it's safty and a good medicine for you. I have read that if you take Viagra, Cialis or Levitra for a time you have stronger and normal erections that you don't need them anymore. For perfomance anxiety Levitra, Cialis or Viagra are good choice because they really help. You mustn't think everytime to perform and be stressed, so an erection will not happen because the body produce adrenalin and that harms an erection. Be relaxed with the woman and take time with her by kissing and so on, 1 hour before you take Levitra and everything will go normaly. Why should you be worry, you have a good ED medicine which works and so enjoy your sexlife again. You will see when you started it and you have good results you will be happy again. If you stay always like that, with panic before sex you will be depressed and have low selfesteem. It's not a good choice you should risk and try it. Answered by Latrice Fallie 1 month ago.
I think there are no problems with Levitra if it's prescribed by your doctor:) But if you want to know about possible side effects, so listen. Side effects that may occur while taking this medicine include headache, flushing, stomach upset or nausea, heartburn, stuffy or runny nose, diarrhea, dizziness, or lightheadedness. Rarely vision changes such as increased sensitivity to light, blurred vision, or impaired blue/green color discrimination may also occur. If these continue or are bothersome, check with your doctor. Contact your doctor immediately if you experience fast, slow, or irregular heartbeats. Sexual activity may put extra strain on your heart, especially if you have heart problems. If you have heart problems and experience any serious side effects while having sex, stop having sex and tell your doctor immediately. These side effects include severe dizziness, fainting, chest pain, or nausea. In the unlikely even that you have a painful or prolonged erection (lasting more than 4 hours), stop using this medicine and seek immediate medical attention or permanent problems could occur. An allergic reaction to this medicine is unlikely but seek immediate medical attention if it occurs. Symptoms of an allergic reaction include rash, itching, unusual swelling, severe dizziness, or trouble breathing. If you notice other effects not listed above, contact your doctor, nurse, or pharmacist. Good luck! Answered by Leon Nast 1 month ago.
Levitra compare to other?
differance other ed helpers
Asked by Eugenia Roelofs 1 month ago.
Cialis has been the greater one for me. You may not think so much aspect final result in contrast to Viagra. I'd opt for the lighter dose as a begin. The final result of Cialis is fairly exquisite. With Cialis the final result could also be longer, however on name groundwork. So you do not get the regular bulge that you just get from Viagra. Good good fortune!!! Answered by Mel Weirather 1 month ago.
The same but you may find it's cheaper. Look for off brand names from reputable companies. Answered by Johnny Arabajian 1 month ago.
The difference is negligible. All work about the same, using the same medications. Answered by Davis Kempson 1 month ago.
My dr has prescribed Levitra for my erictile disfunction. Does this work right away?
Asked by Aline Polston 1 month ago.
Levitra (Vardenafil) has shown during clinical trials that it can work within some patients for as long as up to eight hours, however this may vary considerably from patient to patient and can get to work in as little as 30-90 minutes. This, when compared to rival treatment Viagra, is a vastly significant improvement with Viagra only managing to last for up to four hours which hardly give patients the opportunity to keep spontaneity in their sex lives which is one of the reasons people opt for the alternatives of either Cialis or Levitra over Pfizer's blue pill. Answered by Claretha Roldan 1 month ago.
Levitra for an 80-year old?
Is it safe for an 80- year old to take Levitra (his doctor gave him a sample pack)... Also what are the side effects and should he start by taking half a pill?
Asked by Becki Dougan 1 month ago.
For most patients, the recommended starting dose of LEVITRA is 10 mg, taken orally approximately 60 minutes before sexual activity. The dose may be increased to a maximum recommended dose of 20 mg or decreased to 5 mg based on efficacy and side effects. The maximum recommended dosing frequency is once per day. LEVITRA can be taken with or without food. Sexual stimulation is required for a response to treatment. Use with caution in Elderly men Disease involving the heart and blood vessels (cardiovascular disease) Obstruction of blood flow out of the heart, eg due to narrowing of the aorta (aortic stenosis) Abnormal heart rhythm seen on the heart monitoring trace (ECG) as a 'prolonged QT interval' Low blood potassium levels (hypokalaemia) Bleeding disorders, eg haemophilia Active peptic ulcer Physical abnormality of the penis, such as severe curvature, scarring or Peyronie's disease Conditions such as sickle cell disease, bone cancer or leukaemia in which there is an increased risk of prolonged erections (priapism) Decreased kidney function Decreased liver function Not to be used in Women Children or adolescents under 18 years of age Conditions in which sexual activity is not advisable, for example severe heart disorders Angina not well controlled by medical treatment (unstable angina) People who have had a heart attack in the last six months People who have had a stroke in the last six months Severe heart failure Low blood pressure (hypotension) Hereditary degeneration of the back of the eyeball (retina), such as retinitis pigmentosa Severe kidney failure requiring dialysis Severely decreased liver function People taking any form of nitrate medications, eg glyceryl trinitrate People taking protease inhibitors to treat HIV infection, eg ritonavir, indinavir. This medicine is not recommended for people who have ever experienced an eye condition called non-arteritic anterior ischemic optic neuropathy (NAION). This condition causes a sudden, partial decrease or loss of vision in one or both eyes due to damage to the optic nerve. It can be temporary or permanent. Talk to your doctor if you have ever experienced this. This medicine should not be used if you are allergic to one or any of its ingredients. Please inform your doctor or pharmacist if you have previously experienced such an allergy. If you feel you have experienced an allergic reaction, stop using this medicine and inform your doctor or pharmacist immediately. Side effects Medicines and their possible side effects can affect individual people in different ways. The following are some of the side effects that are known to be associated with this medicine. Because a side effect is stated here, it does not mean that all people using this medicine will experience that or any side effect. Headache Flushing Dizziness Inflammation of the lining of the nose (rhinitis) causing a blocked or runny nose Indigestion (dyspepsia) Nausea Visual disturbances, such as blurred vision, blue/green tinge to vision, watery eyes Sleepiness Increased heart rate Awareness of your heart beat (palpitations) High blood pressure (hypertension) Low blood pressure (hypotension) Fainting (syncope) Shortness of breath Nosebleeds Abnormal reaction of the skin to light, usually a rash (photosensitivity) Pain or increased tension in the muscles Prolonged or painful erections Anxiety Chest pain Answered by Juliet Campbel 1 month ago.
I wonder if it will raise the dead? Answered by Karon Paskoff 1 month ago.