How does Levitra actually work?
Levitra, just like other ED drugs works by enhancing the blood circulation to the penis, allowing it to gain and keep an erection. Levitra belongs to the PDE5 class of drugs. It relaxes the vessels that supply blood to the genital area and makes a strong erection possible.
Is Levitra harmless to use?
This drug has been approved by the FDA, which means that it is safe for your health. It is an effective drug for ED that usually does not have any side effects. However, just like any other medication, there may be some side effects while using Levitra. The most typical adverse reactions of Levitra are headaches, flushing, irritated stomach and blockage. Uncommon but more severe negative effects of Levitra include things like priapism (an erection that persists more than 4 hours) and reduction in vision. But you should know that these are rare and they are not permanent. Side effects disappear when you stop taking the drug.
Should I count on getting an erection immediately when I take Levitra?
Levitra is a drug that starts working within 30 minutes to an hour after the intake. However, it is important to know that it is not an aphrodisiac which means that in order to see the results you need to be sexually stimulated in some way. It won’t just give you an erection on its own, you need to be aroused sexually.