When should I take Levitra for the best results?
Levitra should be taken at between 30-60 minutes before you want to have sex for the best results. This gives the medication time to reach its full effect and help you to get and maintain your erection. Try not to take Levitra just after a meal, especially a meal that is high in fat, as it can slow down the time it takes Levitra to start working. The effects can last for 4-5 hours.
What does a Levitra pill look like?
Levitra pills are round orange tablets, with an imprint on one side that shows what dose they are. For example, Levitra 20mg would have “20” imprinted onto the pill. On the other side there will be an imprint of “BAYER”, the manufacturer, in a cross pattern.
Are there any alternatives to Levitra?
There are several alternatives to Levitra, such as Viagra, Cialis and Spedra, which are prescription medications that work in similar ways. Devices such as penis pumps can also help to treat erectile dysfunction, and even can be used at the same time as medications for a better effect. Making changes to your lifestyle, such as exercising regularly or stopping smoking can also help improve your erectile dysfunction, as can addressing causes such as anxiety.
What’s the difference between Levitra and Viagra?
Levitra and Viagra both help with erectile dysfunction in a similar way, but contain different active ingredients and are available in different dosages.
Some men may find that one medication works better for them than the other, as they contain different active ingredients. However, because they work in the same way, you should not take both at the same time.
Does Levitra make you last longer?
If you find it difficult to keep an erection, Levitra can help you to get and maintain an erection, so you can stay harder for longer. However, if you are orgasming too quickly, then Levitra won’t help you last longer as it does not delay orgasm. If you are orgasming too quickly, you may want to try premature ejaculation treatment or techniques.
Can You Take Levitra With Alcohol?
While people sometimes use alcohol to try and overcome sexual anxiety, it can actually make it more difficult to get an erection. Because of this, drinking alcohol can make it harder for Levitra to work, and can also make the side effects of Levitra worse.
Can you get Levitra over the counter?
No, you can’t buy Levitra over the counter. Levitra is a prescription only medication, which means that a doctor needs to assess you to make sure that it is safe and appropriate for you to take it. This is because Levitra could be unsuitable if you have certain health conditions, or could interact with medications that you are taking.
What happens if a woman takes Levitra?
Women should not take Levitra, as it is only licensed for use by men in the UK. Some websites advertise products like “female Levitra” or “female Viagra” as medications to improve a woman’s sex drive, but these are not approved treatments and there is no evidence that these products actually work.
Can I take Levitra with other erectile dysfunction medications?
No, you should never take Levitra with another erectile dysfunction medication. Erectile dysfunction medications all work in the same way, so taking them together could cause serious side effects.
How much Levitra can you take at once?
You should only take one Levitra tablet per day, even if it’s a 2.5mg tablet (the lowest dose available). If you take more Levitra that your doctor has prescribed, then it may be unsafe as you have not been assessed for that dosage. In addition, the drug stays in your system for many hours, so taking more than one dose in a day might be dangerous.
Is it safe to buy Levitra online?
Yes, it is safe to buy Levitra online from trusted and regulated sellers like Superdrug Online Doctor.
Be aware when buying Levitra online - erectile dysfunction medications like Levitra and Viagra are some of the most counterfeited medicines in the world. These fake medications are likely to be ineffective, and at worst could be dangerous to take.
If you’re buying Levitra online in the UK, make sure that the company is registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) who make sure that they are dispensing real Levitra, and that real doctors are prescribing it.
Does Levitra expire?
Levitra, like most medications, has a shelf life and can become less effective if it’s left unused for too long. You should check the expiry date on your packet, and make sure you take it before then. Levitra should be stored below 30°C and out of direct sunlight to make sure it lasts as long as it should.
What causes erectile dysfunction?
There are many different factors that can cause erectile dysfunction. Psychological factors such as stress or anxiety can cause erectile dysfunction, and so can physical problems with your circulation or nervous system. In most cases, there are multiple factors that cause erectile dysfunction, not just one. For more information, read our doctors’ advice on the causes of erectile dysfunction.
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