LEVITRA

(VARDENAFIL)

Disclaimer: This is not medical advice. You and your physician will determine if (and potentially how) you should take Levitra.

 

THE BASICS

WHAT IS LEVITRA?

Levitra is a drug used to treat erectile dysfunction. It is part of the same “family” of drugs as Viagra and Cialis, but there are important differences. All three drugs are called PDE-5 inhibitors and you can read more about how they work here.

HOW IT WORKS?

Levitra takes effect quickly, within approximately 30 minutes, and typically lasts up to 8 hours. It functions very similarly to Viagra with a few key differences. The use of Levitra increases the likelihood of QT prolongation, which can sometimes be followed by irregular heartbeats. This should be heavily weighed when choosing to take Levitra.

Here is a quick breakdown of how quickly the most common ED medications take effect and how long they remain effective.