What Should You Discuss With Your Doctor Before Taking LEVITRA?

If you have any kind of health problem or medical conditions, you must tell your doctor before you take LEVITRA. If you have heart problems like angina, heart failure, irregular heartbeats or you have had a heart attack in the past, you should inform your doctor. In addition, tell your doctor if you have low blood pressure, high blood pressure, if you have had a stroke or a seizure. Let him know if any of your family members have a rare heart condition which is known as the long QT syndrome.

In addition, you should tell your doctor if you have liver problems, kidney problems, retinitis pigmentosa, which is an eye disease. Inform him if you ever had a severe vision problem or an eye condition which is known as non-arteritic anterior ischemic optic neuropathy (NAION).

Tell him if you have stomach ulcers, a bleeding problem, a deformed penis shape, and if you have had an erection that lasted for more then four hours. Also, you should inform him if you have blood cell problems like sickle cell anemia, leukemia, and multiple myeloma.


LEVITRA (vardenafil HCI) is an oral prescription medication that is used to treat erectile dysfunction. LEVITRA has been approved by the FDA, and it is available in many doses including 2.5 mg, 5 mg, 10 mg, 20mg. It is taken 1 hour before sexual activity, and you should not take it more than one time each day.

LEVITRA increases the blood flow to the penis, so it may help you get and maintain an erection that lasts long enough for sex. Once you finish having sex, the blood flow in your penis should decrease and your erection should go away. LEVITRA has worked for many people.

It has been clinically shown that it improves erectile function, even with men that have high blood pressure, high cholesterol or diabetes. In clinical studies, a sugar pill and LEVITRA was given to men. Many men found success with LEVITRA while the sugar pill did nothing for the other men. LEVITRA is effective for treating erectile dysfunction during sexual activity, so you should meet with a doctor and find out if it works for you.

Please note that you should always follow your doctor's instructions and orders when taking LEVITRA or any medication. You should not take more medication than he prescribed for you. If you experience any serious side effects when you take LEVITRA, you should report it to your doctor.