Levitra (vardenafil) is prescribed for men suffering from erectile dysfunction. This drug is not intended for women and is not supposed to be taken by them. Levitra is available in tablets of 2.5-mg, 5-mg, 10-mg, and 20 mg. Avoid taking Levitra with other over-the-counter or prescription drugs unless otherwise recommended by your health care provider, as they can increase, decrease or alter its effects. The following drugs are supposed to be reported if you are taking them at the moment or intend to take them while using Levitra: sertraline, efavirenz, cyclosporine, rifampin, phenytoin, disopyramide, irregular heartbeat medications, zafirlukast, troleandomycin, fluoxetine, erythromycin, delavirdine, verapamil, danazol, carbamazepine, amiodarone, antifungals, quinidine, HIV protease inhibitors, cimetidine, lovastatin, dexamethasone, medications for high blood pressure, other medications or treatments for erectile dysfunction, phenobarbital, clarithromycin, alpha blockers, isoniazid, fluvoxamine, aprepitant, and paroxetine. If you are not sure about the name of the medicine you are using - talk to your health care provider or your pharmacist to see if any of your drugs can potentially cause interactions. If you ever had an allergic reaction to this medicine, avoid taking it again, as you are most likely to have the same reaction again. The symptoms of an allergic reaction can include hives, trouble breathing, swelling of the face, lips, tongue and throat. In case of having these symptoms you need to seek urgent medical assistance. Before asking your doctor for a prescription make sure you mention the fact of having a history of blood clots or stroke, heart attack, angina, congestive heart failure, liver or kidney disease, bleeding disorder, high or low blood pressure, blood cell disorder, heart rhythm problems, any inherited eye problems or stomach ulcer. You can continue taking Levitra if you experience any or some of these mild side effects: stuffy or runny nose, lightheadedness, fainting, upset stomach, dizziness and heartburn. More serious side effects can include penis erection that is painful or lasts 4 hours or longer, general ill feeling, swelling in your hands, nausea, irregular heartbeat, sudden vision loss, sweating, ringing in your ears, sudden hearing loss, feeling light-headed, chest pain, seizure, and shortness of breath. In case of having any of the serious side effects mentioned, stop using Levitra and call your health care provider to see what needs to be done to deal with the symptoms. Do not drink alcohol simultaneously with taking Levitra, as it can intensify some of the side effects and affect your sexual potency negatively. Also make sure you exclude grapefruit juice from your diet. Grapefruit juice has been reported to interact with the effects of Levitra. Do not exceed the dose you are prescribed or take Levitra more often than every 24 hours, as this can cause side effects and even an overdose.
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