Levitra (vardenafil HCl) is an FDA-approved oral prescription medication for the treatment of erectile dysfunction (ED) in men. It belongs to a class of drugs called "PDE5 inhibitors."
It works by increasing blood flow to the penis to help improve erectile function. The active ingredient in Levitra works specifically on the chain of events that occurs in the penis during arousal, when two large chambers in a man’s penis fill with blood.
The main active ingredient of the drug is Vardenafil, its amount per tablet is 20 mg. The rest of the supporting components allow to strengthen its effect and minimize potential side effects. Traditionally, it is produced in tablet form packed in blisters.
Generic Levitra 40mg works for many men with ED, but if it doesn't work the first couple of times, ask your doctor about adjusting the dose; for many men with ED who also have a general range of conditions, including diabetes; for many men with ED, including those who have had a radical prostatectomy.
Also Levitra is used in clinical trials in the treatment of patients with chronic prostatitis associated with sexual dysfunction. Similar ED medicine used for treatment of prostatitis is Cialis.
Sixty patients with chronic prostatitis and sexual dysfunction were divided into two groups. All the patients received one-month standard course of physiotherapy. In addition, group I (n = 30) was given Levitra (vardenafil; 5 mg per os each other day), the control group was not given this drug. Follow-up covered 6 months to 1.5 years. General urological examination, questionnaire survey, ultrasound investigation of male genital organs were made before, 1 and 6 months after treatment. The results were processed statistically. Levitra improves circulation in male sexual organs promoting increased arterial inflow to the prostate and penis. After treatment effect persisted for half a year. Regular Levitra intake (2-3 times a week) is recommended to correct circulation in the sexual system, including prostatic gland, but not only for correction of erectile dysfunction as a result of psychogenic and vascular disorders in the penis accompanying chronic prostatitis.
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