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Were you looking for information about Levitra? Levetra is a common misspelling of Levitra.

 
Levitra® (vardenafil HCL) is a prescription drug that has been licensed to treat erectile dysfunction (ED), also known as impotence. In previous clinical studies, up to 80 percent of men reported that Levitra improved their erections. Levitra has been shown to be effective in men with various health problems and medical conditions. The medicine comes as a tablet taken as needed (usually one hour before sexual activity). In most cases, Levitra starts working within an hour. The most common side effects of Levitra include nausea, flu-like symptoms, and stuffy or runny nose (rhinitis). Among the people who should not take Levitra are those who are allergic to Levitra or any inactive component used to make it and those who are taking a nitrate for angina.
 
(Click Levitra for the full eMedTV article on Levitra. This article provides more detail on uses, side effects, and warnings for this medication.)
 
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