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Back of a packet of 10mg film-coated tablets of Levitra
Back of a blister pack containing 10mg Levitra film-coated tablets
Two yellow 10mg film-coated tablets of Levitra

Levitra is an erectile dysfunction medication which contains the active ingredient Vardenafil. It needs to be taken half an hour before sex. The effect of Levitra lasts for 5-8 hours.

To place a prescription order for erectile dysfunction treatment, fill in our brief questionnaire. You can choose a preferred treatment, such as Levitra.

One of our doctors will check if the medication is suitable for you and issue your prescription to a local pharmacy in Ireland or your home address. Alternatively, you can choose to have your medication delivered directly to you.

A consultation for erectile dysfunction treatment prescription costs €21.50.

Medical consultation with prescription if necessary - €21.50
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When should I take Levitra and how long can it last?

Levitra takes about 30 minutes to an hour to start working. You should take Levitra a minimum of 30 minutes before sex. The effects of Levitra should last around 4 hours, similar to Viagra. You will not have an erection for this whole time, but you will be more responsive to sexual stimulation during this four-hour period. If your erection lasts for over four hours, seek medical attention immediately.

How do I take Levitra?

You can take Levitra if you've just eaten, but this may delay the drug's effects. Levitra should not be taken with grapefruit juice and should be stored at room temperature.

Levitra 10mg is taken by placing the tablet on your tongue, where it will dissolve and then you'll need to swallow it (without using any liquid drink).

Can I drink alcohol while using Levitra?

Levitra is not affected by moderate alcohol intake, but alcohol can make it more difficult for you to get an erection. You should particularly avoid alcohol if you suspect that cardiovascular problems are the underlying causes of your ED, as alcohol can aggravate such problems.

Levitra side effects

Levitra acts on the whole body, not just the penis. This can result in an increased blood flow rate around the body, causing side effects.

About 1 in 10 patients will experience flushing and headaches.

Up to 10% of users will experience an upset stomach or indigestion, dizziness, nasal congestion and nausea.

Skin rash, facial swelling, skin which is sensitive to sunlight, blurred vision, bloodshot eyes, eye pain, nosebleeds, back pain, rapid heartbeat, muscle pain, high blood pressure, low blood pressure and breathlessness may be experienced by 1 to 10 users in 1000.

Rare side effects include fainting, prolonged erection (priapism), allergic reaction, chest pains, anxiety, throat swelling, temporary memory loss, muscle stiffness, seizure and increased pressure in the eyes.

Medically reviewed by:
Dr Nicholas Antonakopoulos

Dr Nicholas Antonakopoulos graduated from the University of London in 2006. He did his postgraduate training in hospitals in the London area, and he trained for four years in Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery before completing his training in General practice in 2015.

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Last reviewed: 27 Feb 2019