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Vardenafil Vs Viagra

Vardenafil Vs Viagra

Description

Cialis, Levitra, and Viagra are oral medications used to treat erectile dysfunction (ED). You may also know them by their generic names, tadalafil (Cialis), vardenafil (Levitra), and sildenafil (Viagra).

About 30 million men occasionally have a problem with getting or keeping an erection, according to the Urology Care Foundation. When ED becomes a problem, many men turn to oral ED medications. These drugs often help. Cialis, Levitra, and Viagra each work in similar ways. But there are also some differences, such as when you take them, how long they work, and what their side effects are.

Drug features

Cialis, Levitra, and Viagra are all in a class of drugs called PDE-5 inhibitors. These drugs work by blocking an enzyme called phosphodiesterase type 5. They also boost a chemical in your body called nitric oxide. This action encourages the muscles in your penis to relax. Relaxed muscles allow blood to flow freely so that when you’re aroused, you can get an erection. It also helps you maintain the erection long enough to have sex.

Levitra and Viagra stay in your bloodstream for about four to six hours. Cialis remains in your bloodstream for 17 to 18 hours or longer. The length of time a drug stays in your system may be important if you’re taking other medications.

Function

cialis and viagra

Cialis and Viagra are PDE5 inhibitors that help to relax the muscles and increase blood flow.

Viagra is the brand name for the drug sildenafil, Cialis is the brand name for tadalafil, and Levitra is the brand name for vardenafil. Each of these drugs works in much the same way.

The drugs are considered PDE5 inhibitors. This class of drugs helps to relax the muscles and increases blood flow to the body. This makes it easier for blood to get into the penis, and allows people with erectile dysfunction (ED) to experience a lasting erection during sexual activity.

How do Viagra, Cialis and Levitra work?

Viagra, Levitra and Cialis all work in a similar way. They all relax the blood vessels which supply blood to the penis, meaning that more blood can get there when aroused. These medicines are not aphrodisiacs, so you will still need to be sexually stimulated in order to get an erection.

Sildenafil and Spedra are two other major erectile dysfunction medicines which work in a similar way to Viagra, Cialis and Levitra. As outlined above, Sildenafil i

Side effects

The side effects of these medications are similar. Most men have only mild side effects.

Side effect       

  • stuffy or runny nose      
  • headache           
  • upset stomach 
  • changes in vision                             
  • flushing                               
  • back pain                                            
  • muscle aches                                    
  • priapism
  • sudden cardiac arrest and death
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