Note: You must complete a short online consultation so that our doctor can ensure that the treatment is suitable for you. The above pricing should only be used as a reference. The final decision to issue this treatment lies with the prescribing doctor.
Levitra is available from your doctor or after completing an online consultation you are able to purchase Levitra online. Our doctors will ask you questions about your health and any concerns you might have. Be sure to mention any current medications you take or any conditions you are currently experiencing. It is not possible to buy Levitra or any other erectile dysfunction medication over-the-counter.
When ordering from a certified online pharmacy, you can be ensured that your medication is safe. If the pharmacy doesn't ask you to complete essential health and medical question, however, this is a telltale sign that the website isn't certified. The website should also display clear signs that it is registered and approved by the relevant authorities. In the UK, this includes being registered by the MHRA and GMC.
All medication will be delivered in tamper proof packaging complete with the full patient leaflet, which confirms that the medication is clinically proven and highly effective.
When ordering Levitra online here at Medilico, this is an all-inclusive price including the prescription, consultation, medication and delivery. There are no hidden costs. The price adjusts depending on the dosage and quantity you have ordered.
Yes, all erectile dysfunction medications require a prescription to ensure your safety.
If you are planning to buy impotence medication online ensure that you're required to complete an online consultation with a qualified doctor and that any medication sent to you is delivered directly from a registered pharmacy.
Black market 'Viagra' is dangerous. These types of medicine are not genuine, they are unregulated and could cause you harm. The active ingredient vardenafil is not yet licensed for unbranded use. Any erectile medication claiming to be the generic version of Levitra is likely to be unsafe. It's recommended that you avoid these drugs.
Over-the-counter and other herbal remedies for erectile dysfunction which use ingredients such as black cohosh, ginger and 'exotic herbs' are not medically proven as erectile dysfunction medication. At best they may do nothing, at worst they could make you ill. To ensure you are taking genuine medication that will help you treat and manage erectile dysfunction effectively you should always order from a registered pharmacy.
Levitra is used to treat erectile dysfunction, also known as impotence, in men over the age of 18. It contains the active ingredient vardenafil that works by increasing blood flow to the penile blood chambers.
When used correctly Levitra is a reliable impotence medication that supports men who are unable to get or maintain an erection firm enough for sexual intercourse. This can be due to physical or psychological reasons. Levitra, as with all erectile dysfunction medications, makes sex possible but it does not immediately produce an erection. Sexual stimulation is still required.
Levitra is effective in lower doses making particularly suitable for men with health conditions such as high blood pressure and diabetes. It's also less likely to cause side effects.
Vardenafil, the active ingredient in Levitra, is a phosphodiesterase type 5 inhibitor (PDE-5) that makes erections possible.
An erection is produced when a chemical called cyclic GMP relaxes the blood vessels and allows blood to enter. The extra blood creates an erection. After climax or when sexual stimulation is withdrawn the chemical PDE-5 removes the GMP. This reinstates normal blood flow and returns the penis to a non-aroused state. Levitra uses vardenafil to delay the breakdown of PDE-5. This allows the blood vessels to fill with blood more effectively and for a longer time.
Gaining and maintain an erection is a complicated procedure that can be prevented at any point by physical issues such as heart disease and diabetes, or by psychological interventions like stress and performance anxiety. Levitra can effectively and reliably prevent this from happening. It supports men who are unable to get an erection and equally helps those who find their erection does not last long enough or diminishes during sex.
To use Levitra you should swallow your dose about an hour before sex is anticipated. Vardenafil can work quickly within 15 minutes or it may take up to 60 minutes to take effect. Many men find Levitra works quickly as it is one of the fastest medications available.
If you struggle to take tablets or you prefer to take a more discreet dissolving option then Levitra Orodispersible may suit you better. This is currently the only dissolving erectile dysfunction treatment available on prescription. Levitra Orodispersible will dissolve on your tongue within a few seconds and should then be swallowed. Always remove Levitra Orodispersible from its packet with dry hands and do not attempt to take it with a drink of water.
You can take Levitra tablets with or after food, so it's possible to take Levitra after an evening meal such as a date, but a large fatty meal can stop Levitra and Levitra Orodispersible from working properly.
Grapefruit juice also has an adverse effect on Levitra's effectiveness so it should be avoided when you are taking your medication. Excess alcohol is not recommended because alcohol can prevent erections from occurring. Taking Levitra will not stimulate an erection if you have drunk to excess. If you regularly experience problems with erections you should cut back on alcohol consumption.
A single dose of Levitra and Levitra Orodispersible is for use during one 24 hour period. It's not recommended that you take an extra dose during this time. If your current prescription is not strong enough you can take a higher dose tablet on your doctor's recommendation.
Levitra is available for men over the age of eighteen in three different doses. These are:
Levitra Orodispersible works just as quickly and effectively as the tablet version. It's currently available in the 10mg dose.
Many men start on the 10mg dose, but this will be concluded during your consultation. Your overall health and level of erectile dysfunction will be assessed and the most appropriate dosage recommended for you. Often you will start with the lowest dose for your anticipated needs, but this can be increased if necessary. If you experience side effects you can reduce your dose.
Levitra is highly effective in its lower doses, which means you may be able to take the lowest dose and still benefit from its action.
Levitra and Levitra Orodispersible side effects are rare and mild if you take them correctly because it's available in low doses. It is particularly suitable for men with health issues who are not able to take the higher doses of other erectile dysfunction medication. Men who have experienced unwanted issues when using other brands may find swapping to Levitra reduces their chances of side effects.
Levitra can cause a drop in blood pressure and common side effects are often related to this. They include a stuffy or runny nose, headaches, face flushing, dizziness and an upset stomach. These are likely to pass as you adjust to the medication, but if they affect you for more than a few days, you cannot tolerate them or they become worse see your doctor as another type of medication may suit you better.
There are many types of erectile dysfunction drugs. They all work the same way but the ingredients vary. You may find another such as Cialis or Spedra suits you better.
Uncommon side effects (1 in a 100 users) include:
Rare side effects (1 in a 1000 users) include
Very rare side effects include blood in urine or semen and penile bleeding.
Although Levitra is taken successfully by many men to relieve the problem of erectile dysfunction, but there are some men for whom it is not suitable. Levitra is a prescription medicine in its tablet and Orodispersible form for this reason.
Do not use Levitra if:
Speak to your doctor first if you have the following conditions before taking any kind of erectile dysfunction medication.
Levitra and Levitra Orodispersible can have an adverse effect when taken with certain medications, in particular medicines including nitrates.
Nitrates are commonly used to treat heart conditions. Nitrates are also called nitroglycerins. They encourage muscle relaxation and reduce blood pressure. Men with heart conditions often take nitrates as part of their treatment. If you have a heart condition you should always check with your doctor before taking any erectile dysfunction medication as their interaction can cause a serious blood pressure drop.
If you take any over-the-counter medicines be sure to mention them to your doctor. This includes herbal remedies.
If you start taking a new medicine, it's important to tell your doctor that you are using Levitra as there could be negative interactions with vardenafil or any of the other inactive ingredients. This will ensure you are safe from contraindications and any potentially harmful side effects.
Do not take more than your prescribed amount of Levitra, as this will increase the risk of side effects. You should not share Levitra with anyone else. Women should not take Levitra or any erectile dysfunction medicines because it will have no effect on their sexual appetite and may cause side effects.
Other medications that should not be taken with Levitra include:
Do not drink grapefruit juice as this interferes with how Levitra works. It may cause erection failures and increase the risk of side effects because the medication remains in your body for a longer period of time.
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