Vardenafil 20 mg
Vardenafil is a PDE5 inhibitor, which improves blood supply to the virile member providing erection strong enough for the full-fledged sexual intercourse. It is also efficacious for early ejaculation treatment. Tablets are administered orally, an hour prior to the intercourse, not more often than q24h with tolerable limit 20 mg.
Vardenafil 40 mg
It is indicated for men who suffer from problems with the erection achievement that are called Erectile Dysfunction. This medication helps to improve blood circulation in virile member providing a strong erection during the sexual intercourse. It should be administered orally about 25 minutes to 1 hour before the sexual activity.
Vardenafil 20 mg with Dapoxetine 60 mg
Vardenafil 20 mg with Dapoxetine 60 mg is a combination medication effective for those who lost their sexual function. Owing to its chemical composition it has a double effect: treats impotence and prevents premature ejaculation. The medication is available in form of tablets which should be taken one hour before the intended sexual activity. The dosage frequency shouldn't exceed q24 h.
What is Vardenafil?
Vardenafil is an oral medication for erectile dysfunction therapy. It is PDE5 inhibitor, which causes vasodilatation in corpus cavernosum penis by preventing the cyclic guanosine monophosphate breakdown. As far as phosphodiesterase is also found in the arterial wall smooth muscle in the lungs, the drug has been studied for pulmonary hypertension treatment.
When is Vardenafil indicated?
Vardenafil primary indication is erectile dysfunction treatment, i.e. inability to get and maintain erection. It is also efficacious in premature ejaculation management.
How to take Vardenafil?
The starting dose of Vardenafil is 10 mg taken 1 or 2 hours prior to sexual congress. If necessary the dose can be up-titrated to 20 mg or down-titrated to 5 mg a day. The dosage frequency should be once daily only.
When is Vardenafil contraindicated?
Vardenafil is contraindicated to patients with angina, especially to those receiving nitrates. It is contraindicated to people receiving alpha-blockers as well. The drug is not approved for use in women and shouldn’t be prescribed to men under 18. It is administered with caution to men over 65.
What are Vardenafil side effects?
Vardenafil side effects include headache, flushing, flue like symptoms, nausea, photosensitivity, tachycardia and myalgia. These side effects are transient and disappear in several hours after taking the drug. In rare cases the drug may cause heart attack or priapism. Seek immediate medical help if erection lasts longer than 4 hours.