Why do some people claim that Levitra and other ED pills are dangerous?
The main reason why I wanted to write an article like this one was because I have encountered much fear mongering online, saying how FDA-approved ED pills, such as Viagra, Cialis and Levitra are too dangerous for their use to be justified and how there are much better alternatives to these medications. However, one has to be careful about these writings and one has to approach them with an open mind, keeping several very important facts in mind.
Number one, you need to be aware of the sources of these writings. In most cases, these texts, articles and claims that Levitra, along with other ED pills is dangerous, are written by people who directly or indirectly profit from such claims. Namely, as you are well aware, there is a number of different natural products being sold for treatment of ED. Now, what you may not be aware of, these products are nothing more than placebo pills. These remedies are manufactured by people who are not truly experts in their field and who mostly just cram in as many exotic natural ingredients in those pills, hoping that they will work. The simple fact is that they do not. It takes much more hard work and hard science in order to produce a medication which actually works. Certainly it took hard work and hard science to develop and introduce these FDA approved pills. This approval alone is enough to ensure that these pills are nowhere near as dangerous as some people would have you believe. FDA does not approve just any medication that gets applied for testing. They make sure that the medication is not harmful or that its benefits at least outweigh the potential risks manifold.
The basis for these attacks, and the second thing that you need to keep in mind is the fact that an FDA approval requires the manufacturers of ED pills, including Levitra to include the warnings about all the side effects that are even remotely possible when taking these medications. This includes side effects that have happened to one in hundreds of thousands of users of these medications. It is the way FDA-approved medications work and there is no going around this. Herbal supplements are not required to include any warnings and it is quite possible that they actually do not produce any side effects, but that is not something that proves the worth of those medications. Lemonade will also not produce any side effects, but you would not rely on lemonade to treat your ED, would you? There have also been some studies done about certain claims about certain serious side effects of Levitra and other ED pills, but no one bothers to note that these studies have come up with results that prove that these FDA-approved ED medications have been found not to cause those side effects.
It is very important to have all the facts and not to succumb to fear-mongering that comes from sources that profit from such unfair and cheap tactics.