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Levitra is an oral medication used for the treatment of Erectile Dysfunction (ED) in men. Levitra is the brand name of generic medicine Vardenafil. About 30 million men in America have a problem with keeping and getting an erection. When a person has Erectile Dysfunction, he may turn to use these oral ED medicines. They often help address the problem. This medicine helps the consumer to get and keep an erection for longer.
Levitra works by boosting a chemical inside the body called Nitric Oxide. It enhances the muscles of the penis to relax. Relaxed muscles of penis allow blood to flow, so when you are aroused, you can get an erection.
How to use this medication
Read the medication instructions provided by your doctor before you start taking the dosage of Levitra or whenever you get a refill. If you have any questions about the medication, consult with your doctor, or pharmacist.
The most common dose of this Levitra is 10 mg per day taken orally at least 60 minutes before sexual intercourse. If there is no response fo the medication, the dose me be increased to 20 mg after consulting the doctor. Patients older than 65 years should start this medicine with 5 mg. One tablet should be taken per day.
The dosage information is for Levitra oral tablet. All possible dosage instructions may not be included here. Doses time, form, and how often it should be taken depends on:
- The condition being treated
- How severe the disease is
- Response to the first dose
- Other medical conditions (if any)
Adult Dosage: The most common dose is 10 mg taken orally one hour before intercourse.
Senior Dosage: The most common dose is 5 mg taken one hour before intercourse.
Take the dosages of Levitra orally by mouth as directed by the physician. Consult with your doctor about ways to prevent nausea. Dosage of this medicine always depends on the medical condition of the patient, age, and response to the medication. The patient should never alter the treatment of this medicine, take it more often than prescribed, or continue it for a longer time without consulting health care provider.
Side effects of Levitra
Most common side effects of Levitra are:
- Blurred vision
- Facial flushing
- Upset stomach
- Excessive headache
- Chest pain
- Abnormal ejaculation
- Low blood pressure
- Painful erection
The patient should seek immediate medical help if he encounters an erection longer than four hours.
Serious side effects
Seek emergency medical help if you encounter serious side effects of this medication, which includes:
- Severe or rapid seizures
- Memory loss
- Extreme excitement
- Inability to urinate
- Changes in sex drive
- Abdominal cramps
- Excessive sweating
- Before taking the dosage of this medicine, tell your doctor if you are allergic to it, or have any other allergies.
- Do not take the medication of Levitra if you have head injuries, sleep apnea, asthma, kidney disease, or liver disease.
- Consumption of this medicine may make you feel dizzy, do not drive any vehicle, or operate any machinery until you do not feel dizzy.
- Before having any surgery, tell your doctor about the products you are using, including prescription drugs.
- Do not consume alcohol or any alcoholic beverage when you have a dose of this medicine.
- Older adults are more sensitive to the side effects of this medication.
- Do not use this medicine during pregnancy. Consult with your doctor for a better understanding of the safe usage of this medicine.
- Do not share your medicine with anyone. Sharing or giving away your medication is against the law.
Store the medicine in room temperature and away from direct sunlight. Do not flush the medication in the toilet and do not store it in the kitchen. Keep it away from the reach of minors and pets.