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Who Makes Levitra?

Levitra® (vardenafil HCl) is a medication commonly used in the treatment of erectile dysfunction (ED). This condition is diagnosed when a man is repeatedly unable to maintain an erection that is firm enough for sexual intercourse.
 
Bayer Pharmaceuticals makes Levitra. The drug is marketed by GlaxoSmithKline and Schering-Plough. It comes in tablet form and is designed to be taken an hour before sexual activity.
 
Levitra works by blocking the chemical reaction that causes blood to flow out of the penis. More blood flow in the penis means an improved erection. In clinical studies, up to 80 percent of men reported that Levitra improved their erections. The drug was also shown to be effective in men with various health problems and medical conditions.
 
(Click Levitra to learn more about the drug's effects, who can use it, and why it makes sense for some men to avoid it. This article also offers dosing guidelines, side effect information, and more.)
 
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