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Does Staxyn Act Faster than Levitra?



Does Staxyn Act Faster than Levitra?
Recent, large scale studies show that the orally disintegrating form of vardenafil (Staxyn) is effective in treating erectile dysfunction.2,3 It performs about as well as Levitra, as one would expect of the vardenafil molecule.
However it seems that the orally disintegrating version does not work that much faster than the film-coated tablet, if it works faster at all. When users of Staxyn were asked to keep track of their attempts at achieving an erection, they found that Staxyn was much better than placebo (sugar pill) and acted fairly rapidly.

More specifically, most people experienced success within 15 minutes of taking Staxyn.4 However this is about the same speed at which Levitra works. On the one hand, the orally disintegrating form of vardenafil does not seem to act any more quickly than regular vardenafil, even though it enters the bloodstream faster.1 On the other hand, both Staxyn and Levitra are rapidly effective in treating erectile dysfunction.



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