Lavitra

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Levitra® (vardenafil HCL) is a medication that is licensed for the treatment of erectile dysfunction. It has been shown to help men achieve and maintain erections, increase the frequency of orgasms, and increase the enjoyment of intercourse. The medication works by blocking a chemical that causes blood to flow out of the penis. Levitra typically starts working within an hour of being taken and lasts for up to four hours.
 
Levitra tablets, which are available by prescription, are usually taken one hour before sexual activity. The most common side effects reported with the drug include nausea, headache, and facial flushing. Levitra is not suitable for everyone. For example, people with blood pressure problems, heart problems, leukemia, or kidney or liver disease may not be able to safely take the drug.
  
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