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Levitra FAQ

Erectile Dysfunction General Information

Research shows that today more than 18 million men in America over the age of 20 suffer from erectile dysfunction (or ED). In the population of men over 65 years of age, nearly 15% to 25% suffer from ED.

As with many conditions the cause of ED varies man to man. These may range from nerve damage, medication side effects, etc. While there is no “cure” for erectile dysfunction, most cases can be successfully treated with prescription medication. These ED meds help men to achieve and maintain an erection when taken prior to sexual intercourse. For some men it may take 3 to 4 times to achieve the full benefit. If results are still not achieved after using several times, talk to your doctor about changing your dosage.

Frequently Asked Questions about LEVITRA®

What is LEVITRA®?
LEVITRA® is an oral prescription medication used for the treatment of erectile dysfunction in men. By increasing blood flow to the penis, an erection is achieved and maintained throughout sexual intercourse. Results are typically seen within 1 hour of taking medication.
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How does LEVITRA® work?
LEVITRA® helps blood flow to the penis resulting in an erection that will last throughout sexual intercourse. For best results, LEVITRA® should be taken 1 hour prior to sexual activity.
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Can I drink alcohol while taking LEVITRA®?
Drinking alcohol may increase certain side effects associated with LEVITRA®. When drinking alcohol in moderation, LEVITRA® is often still effective.
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How often can I take LEVITRA®?
For most people, LEVITRA® can be taken once daily as needed. It’s important to check with your doctor for exact dosage information. Those with certain medical conditions may need to follow a different dosing regimen.
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Benefits of LEVITRA®
LEVITRA® is safe for use in many men who have other medical conditions including diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol.
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