Men with impotence or the inability to maintain an erection are treated with vardenafil 60 mg for erectile dysfunction. Vardenafil belongs to the group of drugs known as phosphodiesterase (PDE) inhibitors. During sexual stimulation, it increases blood flow to the penis, which is how it functions. An erection may result from this increased blood flow. Vardenafil does not improve sexual desire or treat erectile dysfunction. Vardenafil does not stop pregnancy or the transmission of sexually transmitted illnesses like the HIV virus (HIV).
Vardenafil 60 mg can be used orally as a tablet and a quickly disintegrating tablet, which dissolves in the mouth and can be ingested without water. It is often taken as needed, 60 minutes prior to sexual activity, with or without food. Vardenafil 60 mg tablet should typically only be used once per 24 hours. Your doctor might advise you to take this medicine less frequently if you have certain medical conditions or are using specific drugs. Ask your doctor or pharmacist to explain any instructions on your prescription label that you are unsure about following. This medicine should be taken as prescribed. Never take it in larger or less amounts or more frequently than directed by your doctor.
Vardenafil 60 mg tablet should only be used by men, as you should be aware. Vardenafil should not be taken by women, especially if they are, could become, or are nursing a baby. Call your doctor if you use vardenafil while pregnant.
If you have an allergy to vardenafil, any other drugs, or any of the substances in vardenafil tablets, notify your doctor right away. Request a list of the components from your pharmacist.
What negative effects might this medicine have?
Vardenafil could have negative effects. If any of these symptoms are severe or do not go away, let your doctor know right once. Some of the common side effects are headache, uneasy stomach, heartburn, flushing, runny or congested nose, and flu-like signs.
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