Levitra is a highly efficient medicine used to treat erectile dysfunction. However, before you make up your mind about taking Levitra you need to inform you doctor about any allergies to drugs you know of and any medical problems you have, such as blood cell disorder, bleeding disorder, history of blood clots of stroke, liver disease, history of a heart attack, angina, heart rhythm problems, stomach ulcer, physical deformity of the penis, or you have been informed you shouldn't have sex because of health reasons. Take Levitra exactly according to the instruction or as it was prescribed by your doctor. Do not take larger doses or continue the use of the drug for longer than recommended. Each tablet should be taken with a full glass of water about an hour before sexual activity.
In certain cases your doctor may want to you to go through special tests or adjust your dose to avoid complications. Levitra is FDA pregnancy category B, which means that although this drug is not intended for women its use is unlikely to cause any harm to the unborn baby. However, females taking Levitra should inform their doctor if they are pregnant of going to conceive as it's not known exactly whether Levitra may harm a nursing baby. In case of Levitra there is also the age concern - so if you are older than 65 talk to your doctor about a lower dose of the drug.