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Did you know that penile erection begins in the brain? It is, of course, sexually stimulated but it is the nitric oxide that stimulates the enzyme known as the guanylate cyclase for the cGMP synthesis to be completed. How these Valetra 40mg works are by triggering the smooth muscles to relax and cause the blood to flow to the penis to cause an erection. An Erectile Dysfunction happens when for various reasons both psychological and physiological to inhibit a man to maintain an erection.
Valetra 40mg - Information and DosageValetra 40mg can be taken orally to treat conditions of this nature. The 40mg – Vardenafil increases the blood flow to the penis so that an erection can be maintained. The Vardenafil is the active ingredient behind it which belongs to the classification of drugs called PDE5 inhibitors which do just that with the cGMP enzyme. Since erectile dysfunction is caused by reasons, it is advisable to seek the assistance and medical opinion of a doctor. To begin with, start your dosage with 10mg that can be consumed orally. This should be taken an hour prior to intercourse. Once you do not show any signs or side effects due to this, you can proceed to increase the dosage gradually to Valetra 40mg. If you are a man over the age of 65 years or a patient using alpha-blocker therapy, the recommended dosage for you is 5mg. Valetra 40mg should not be taken more than once for a day nor must it be used on a daily basis. Valetra 40mg should be consumed with a glass of water (before or after meals), but meals with higher fatty quantity might be hindered of this. It’s important to note that Valetra 40mg does not contribute to arousal, it will only assist you in maintaining the erection.
Valetra 40mg - Side EffectsValetra must not be used by patients with the following medical conditions:
- Allergy to ingredients in Valetra
- You have a heart problem
- Low or high blood pressure
- Severe liver and kidney problems
- You had a heart attack, stroke, or serious irregular heartbeat in the last 6 months
- Degenerative eye problems