Which is better, Levitra or Viagra?

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Which is better, Levitra or Viagra?

Post  Admin on Mon Aug 02, 2010 3:07 am

Both Levitra and Viagra work essentially the same way and both have similar side effects. Levitra may work a little faster in some people and may be less sensitive to food or alcohol intake. Viagra has been around for a lot longer and has a proven safety track record.

It is difficult to compare these 2 drugs directly; however, here is an overview of some of the issues:

Levitra Pros:
May work somewhat faster
May be more effective even on a full stomach
Less likely to have visual disturbance side effect
Viagra Pros:
Well-tested and well understood drug. (Viagra has been taken by millions of people worldwide. Levitra is a newer drug that has not been used by as many people.)
Issues where neither has an advantage:
Effective in about the same percentage of people (about 80%)
Work essentially in the same way
Have similar side effectsAbout the same price
Last about the same amount of time (3-4 hours)

Should I take Levitra and Viagra at the same time?

No, it is not safe to take Levitra and Viagra together. You should only take one or the other. They are similar drugs, so it makes sense to try both, on different days, and see which works best for you.
In fact, you should try to take the smallest dose that is effective for you. Lower doses generally result in fewer side effects. Taking too much can be uncomfortable and is potentially dangerous.
Both Levitra and Viagra should be taken at most once a day. Never take more than one dose a day of either drug.

If Viagra didn't work for me, will Levitra?

Some people respond to one drug better than another, and since Levitra is said to be less affected by food or alcohol intake, that may help. However, the drugs work in a similar way in the body, so they tend to have similar levels of effectiveness.

If Viagra doesn't work for you, it's worth giving Levitra a try. Each person is different, and your body may respond better to Levitra than Viagra. However, do not take both drugs on the same day, and it's a good idea to get a full physical to make sure something serious isn't causing your ED.

Sometimes when Viagra doesn't work for people, it's due to a misunderstanding of just what is supposed to happen. Neither Viagra nor Levitra is an aphrodisiac: they will not make you want sex. They only help you get an erection when you are sexually stimulated. Also, neither drug works instantaneously they both take 15 minutes to an hour to kick in. So experimenting how and when you take either drug can help.

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