Available in blister packs of 10 tablets, each tablet contains 20mg of Vardenafil.
How does Valif / Vardenafil work?
Vardenafil treats erectile dysfunction by stopping the effect of the enzyme phosphodiesterase 5, which is responsible erectile dysfunction in men. Valif has been found to work well even at low dosages; this has made it a preferred treatment among men over the age of 50 years. The comparatively low side effects of Valif have also made it a topic of discussion in news and forums.
Side Effects of Valif
Valif or its generic alternatives all share some common side effects that include headache, muscle aches and facial flushing. Valif shows comparatively low symptoms of Vardenafil side effects. On the rarer side is an effect known as priapism, which is an erection lasting for more than four hours. It usually occurs due to an overdose and can be dangerous, resulting in permanent damage to the penis.
Doctors generally prescribe Valif in low dosage to adult men over the age of 50 years as they can be more prone to Vardenafil side effects. Valif is meant to be taken only be men. Women, especially during pregnancy, should avoid taking this medication. Valif and alcohol should not be mixed as the two can result in a severe drop in blood pressure.
Guidelines before taking Valif
Valif or Vardenafil should be taken only when needed, i.e. when you plan on having intercourse. Unlike standard drugs, it does not have a fixed dosage regimen. Before you take Valif, you should make sure your other medications do not include any nitrate drugs as the combination could lead to fatal consequences.
What is the maximum dosage of Vardenafil ?
20mg is the maximum dosage in which you can buy Vardenafil drug. However, these are the standard dosages for its branded version Levitra; you might occasionally find generic versions available in somewhat different dosages.