Brand Levitra dosage and price
Brand Levitra belongs to the drugs for the treatment of erectile dysfunction. It restores impaired erectile function and ensures the normal response to sexual stimulation. The active substance is Vardenafil. The drug should be taken inside; the reception is not dependent on a meal. The recommended initial dose is 10 mg. The tablets are taken for 25-60 minutes before the sexual act (can be used also for 4-5 hours before sexual activity). Brand Levitra acts after adequate sexual stimulation. As a rule, the drug is well tolerated. There may be mild or moderate side effects of transitive nature: headache, dizziness, congestion, nasal congestion, nausea, and dyspepsia. Contraindications: individual hypersensitivity to the drug components; simultaneous nitrates or any NO-donors reception; simultaneous vardenafil reception with inhibitors of HIV protease (indinavir and ritonavir). The drug is not intended for women. You can order brand Levitra online no prescription with discount price.
International non-proprietary name: vardenafil
Dosage form: tablets
Composition: Levitra 20 mg.
Indications to application
Erectile dysfunction (inability to achieve and maintain an erection, that necessary to perform a sexual act).
- Hypersensitivity to any of the drug components.
- Simultaneous application with nitrates or drugs, which are nitric oxide donators.
- Combination with the protease inhibitors of HIV, such as indinavir or ritonavir.
- Levitra is contraindicated for women and children up to 16 years old.
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