Generic Levitra (Vardenafil)
Generic Levitra (Vardenafil) is a medication used for men who suffer from erection problems. It is a faster medication than Viagra and causes fewer disturbances to the vision.
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Do I need to inform my healthcare provider of anything before taking the medication?
You should inform your doctor or healthcare provider if you suffer from the following:
- Any bleeding disorder;
- Peyronie’s disease, an anatomical penis deformity or ever suffered from an erection for over four hours;
- Heartburn on a regular basis or GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease);
- Any heart problems, including angina, heart attacks and heart disease;
- Low or high blood pressure;
- Liver or kidney disease;
- Have had strokes;
- High cholesterol;
- Sickle cell disease;
- Any vision problems;
- Intestinal or stomach ulcers;
- Any unusual or allergic reaction to vardenafil, preservatives, dyes, foods or other medications.
How should I use this medication?
Vardenafil is to be taken orally with water, with or without food. You should take the tablet about 60 minutes prior to sexual activity. Never take extra dosages to those prescribed by your doctor.
If you take too much Verdenafil, contact your nearest emergency room or poison control center immediately.
Do not give this medication to anyone else as it is prescribed to you.
I’ve missed a dose, what should I do?
It doesn’t matter if you miss a dose. However, never take double doses.
What could this medication interact with?
Vardenafil can interact with the following:
- Medications used for chest or heart pain, such as isosorbide, monoitrate, nitroglycerin and dinitrate. This includes those taken regularly and occasionally. It refers to all nitrate drugs.
- Alpha blockers that are used to help treat hypertension and prostate problems;
- Some antibiotics, including erythormycin, troleandomycin, sparfloxacin and clarithromycin;
- Some medications used to help HIV and AIDS sufferers;
- Some medications to help treat irregular heartbeats, including disopyramide, flecainide, quinidine, sotalol, propagenone, procainamide, ibutilide and amiodarone;
- Arsenic trioxide;
- Grapefruit juice;
- Drugs to help treat fungal infections, including itraconazole, voriconazole, ketoconazole and fluconazole;
- Rifabutin, rifapentine and rifampin;
- Some drugs to help with mood problems and depression, including tricyclic antidepressants, pimozide, nefazodone, fluozetine, amoxapin, fluvozamine, maprotiline and phenothiazines;
You should talk to your doctor if you taken any other medications, including herbal remedies, supplements for the nutrition and over the counter medications. It is also important to talk to your healthcare provider about the amount you smoke, drink or if you take any illegal drugs. These can cause bad side effects when taking Vardenafil and can affect its ability to work. You will need to talk to your healthcare provider about stopping or starting any type of medication.
Is there anything I should look out for while taking Vadenafil?
Notify your doctor or healthcare provider if you experience any changes or disturbances to your vision when taking Vadenafil. If you lose sight in your eye(s), stop using the medication and contact your healthcare provider straight away.
If you find that your erection occurs for more than four hours or it is painful, talk to your doctor immediately. This could be a sign of a problem that can cause permanent damage.
If you have any chest pain, arm pain or feel dizzy and nauseous during the sexual activity, stop immediately and talk to your doctor.
Always talk to your doctor before making any changes to your medication, including the dosage. This will help to re-evaluate your needs.
The medication is not to be used as protection against any sexually transmitted infections, including HIV, which causes AIDS.
Are there any side effects to using this medication?
There have been a number of side effects that users have experienced. These are nothing major to worry about and include:
- Flushing of the skin;
- Stuffy nose;
If these side effects bother you or continue for a prolonged period of time, talk to your doctor or healthcare provider.
If you experience any of the following side effects, you should contact your healthcare provider immediately:
- Chest pain and palpitations;
- Back pain;
- Swelling of the eyelids;
- Shortness of breath or difficulty with breathing;
- Visual disturbances or changes, including sight loss, blurred vision, light sensitivity or difficulty with color differentiations, especially struggling between blue and green or objects looking blue;
- Muscle pain;
- Rashes or itching of the skin;
- Prolonged erection (more than four hours).
This is not a full list of all side effects that are possible.
Where should I store the medication?
Keep all medication out of children’s reach.
Store between 15C and 30C (59F and 86F). Discard any medication once it is past its expiration date.