Recommendations for the Use of Levitra
Start with the lowest dose that promotes the necessary effects. Geriatric patients should take 5 mg Levitra, increasing it up to 10 mg if the previous dose seems ineffective. The maximum daily Levitra dose is 20 mg. Contact your medical specialist if your erection is painful or you notice the symptoms of priapism.
Contraindications and Restrictions
Do not use Levitra if you are sensitive to Vardenafil or other erectile dysfunction drugs. Patients, who take remedies to treat pulmonary arterial hypertension, should avoid Levitra intake. The drug is contraindicated for women and men under 18 years old.
Your medical specialist should be warned about accompanying and underlying health problems you are diagnosed with, especially the ones that may influence impotence therapy with Levitra:
- Peyronies disease;
- Retinitis pigmentosa or similar vision impairments;
- Hearing disorders;
- Stomach ulcer;
- Hemophilia and other bleeding issues;
- Kidney or liver problems;
- Abnormal blood pressure;
- Stroke, congestive heart failure or heart attack;
- Heart rhythm problems;
- Long QT syndrome and others.