What is known about the long-term health effects of taking Levitra?
Uncontrolled or non-prescribed use of Levitra can lead to different adverse reactions. Those reactions depend on the age at which a patient begins to take the tablet. Furthermore, patients over 65, taking Levitra for 10-15 years noticed better results and also the absence of side-effects. While all of them have had the heart, kidney or liver disorders. This is not the same for those who begin taking Levitra a few months ago.
The latter complained about increased or decreased blood pressure, fainting, seizures, sleepiness, dizziness and temporary loss of memory. This suggests that taking Levitra has long-term health effects.
However, men over 60-65 should avoid taking Levitra at doses exceeding 10 mg 20-30 minutes before sex. People over 65 need a lower dose of Levitra compared with young people under 45. Even if they have been taking Levitra for several years.
Elderly people most probably have chronic diseases, which usually may affect health effects. This also applies to patients who have severe heart disorders. Those disorders include first of all unstable angina or severe heart failure in the past six months.
If the patient starts taking Levitra at a young age (under 45) without necessity, single-use of the medication will not lead to any of the negative side effects.
However, Levitra is a medicinal drug and due to this, it is dangerous to take it uncontrolled and without prescription.
This increases the likelihood of such side effects, like a headache, drowsiness, fainting, feeling of thirst, a sharp rise in blood sugar levels, and anemia.
Levitra in a dosage of more than 20 mg daily, as a result, may have serious consequences:
- nocturnal urinary incontinence;
- violation of ejaculation in the form of a weak or premature ejaculation;
- the appearance of blood in semen;
- hearing loss;
- the development of color blindness;
- allergy to the components of the drug;
- peptic ulcer in the stomach or intestines;
- frequent pain in muscles and bones;
- acute decrease in the level of leukocytes in the blood.
The overdose most probably will lead to erection problems in the future, including its long absence after the end of the drug action.
The longer the patient takes the medicine at the doses exceeding prescribed ones, the more severe aftermaths he will experience in several years.
Remember that before taking Levitra you should weigh all pros and cons because long-term effects are disputable in case of Levitra and its analogs.
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