Vardenafil

Effects of Vardenafil

The effects of vardenafil can include:
 
  • Achieving and maintaining an erection during sexual activity
  • Having a harder erection during sexual activity
  • Experiencing improved frequency of orgasms
  • Having increased satisfaction and enjoyment of intercourse.
     
In previous clinical studies, up to 80 percent of men reported that the drug improved their erections. Vardenafil was also shown to be effective in men with various health problems and medical conditions (see Effects of Levitra).
 

When Does It Start Working and How Long Does It Last?

The time it takes for vardenafil to start working will vary, depending on the individual. In clinical studies, the drug began to work in about one hour. How long it continues to work will also depend on the individual. In most cases, vardenafil can work for up to four hours.
 

When and How Do I Take Vardenafil?

Here are some general considerations for when and how to take vardenafil:
 
  • The medication comes in tablet form (Levitra) or orally disintegrating tablet form (Staxyn). It is taken as needed, usually one hour before sexual activity. However, you should not take vardenafil more than once in a day.
     
  • Take Levitra tablets with a glass of water. Staxyn tablets should be placed on the tongue and taken without any liquids (the tablets will rapidly dissolve in the mouth).
     
  • You may take this medication with or without food. Taking vardenafil with a high-fat meal may decrease the amount of medication in the blood.
     
  • For vardenafil to work properly, you have to take it as prescribed. The medication will not work if you stop taking it.
      
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