Levitra and Erectile Dysfunction Information Guide

Male Impotence (ED) and High Cholesterol

High Cholesterol and Male Impotence are closely associated. The risk of developing Male Impotence doubles in the men with cholesterol levels above 240 compared to the men with cholesterol levels below 180. Even occasional ED can be a warning sign of an underlying health problem such as High Blood Pressure, Heart Disease or High Cholesterol.

Why High Cholesterol is Related to the Erection Problems?

If you have high levels of cholesterol, the cholesterol sticks to the walls of your arteries. When the bad cholesterol (ldl) builds up, it builds plaque in the walls of arteries and results in smaller opening for blood to pass through. Because the penis gets less blood flow which is not enough to make a good erection, you start experiencing Male Impotence.

Levitra can successfully be used to treat ED.

Levitra (vardenafil HCI) works very well in men with High Cholesterol. The placebo-controlled trial in about 400 men showed that Levitra significantly improved the ability of men with Male Impotenec and high cholesterol, to achieve and maintain an erection during the intercourse. The results of the 12-week trial showed that men who were on Levitra had significantly increased success rates of penetration and the ability to maintain an erection.

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