Levitra vs. Viagra

There are at least three different types of medication for erectile dysfunction on the market which creates a debate among two popular medications: Levitra vs Viagra.

Many men may ask themselves if there really is a difference between these types of medication for erectile dysfunction. Surprisingly, the answer is yes. The differences are slight, but may be enough to make a man decide to choose one medication for erectile dysfunction over the other.

The differences between Levitra and Viagra are:

  1. Levitra works faster than Viagra. It takes about fifteen minutes for Levitra to start working as opposed to the thirty minutes to one hour that it takes for Viagra.

  2. You cannot drink alcohol if you are planning to use Viagra, or have already taken Viagra in anticipation of sexual intercourse. You can, however, consume a minimal amount of alcohol if you are or will be taking Levitra. This might be a consideration in your choice of a medication for erectile dysfunction.

  3. Levitra has been shown to work better when erectile dysfunction is caused by an underlying medical condition, such as diabetes or reduced blood flow to the penis cause by prostate surgery. Men who fall into either one of these categories might want to consider this when choosing a medication for erectile dysfunction.

  4. Either medication for erectile dysfunction can help slightly when low testosterone levels are determined to be one cause of ED. It should be noted, however, that low testosterone levels do not, as a general rule, usually have a significant effect on erectile dysfunction.

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