How often is it safe to take Levitra?

You can only take Levitra once a day. At least 24 hours should past between doses of the drug.

It is forbidden to exceed the maximum dosage of Levitra. In general, prescribed dosage of Levitra is 10 mg. Nevertheless, patients who have some liver problems, who are older than 65, or who are following some treatment with certain other drugs may be prescribed only 2.5 mg of Levitra. Increasing of the Levitra dosage is potentially dangerous and may provoke a range of side effects. That’s why only your health care provider can alter your dosage.

The dose you get depends on your current medical situation. The majority of men can take the standard dosage of 10mg, but patients who suffer from some kind of health problems are prescribed the lower dosages.

The dosage you are allowed to take is related to the list of other medications you are already taking, so it is crucial that you mention to your general practitioner all the medications you are taking.

The maximum dosage of Levitra is 20mg. You must not exceed this dosage. Overdose can increase the risk of experiencing side effects which can even include serious ones such as priapism (a prolonged and / or painful erection which can harm your penis).

If you are prescribed a lower dose of Levitra and you aren’t satisfied with its efficiency, you may obtain a higher dosage. But before increasing your dosage you always must consult your doctor in order to make sure that this change is safe for your health.

If you don’t find the effect of Levitra satisfactory, the first step you should take is to consult your health care provider. Your GP can precise your diagnosis to figure out the exact reasons of your erection problems and alter your prescription following this information.

Levitra is usually taken in case of need, about an hour before sexual activity. It means that you don’t need a dosing schedule. If you miss a dose it will not undo your results.

The most important point is that effect of the drug will not appear without sexual arousal. To assure the maximum effect of Levitra follow your doctor’s instructions.

Contact your doctor or seek emergency medical attention if your erection is painful or lasts longer than 4 hours. A prolonged erection (priapism) can damage the penis.

Be careful with drinking alcohol while taking Levitra as it may increase the possibility of certain side effects of the drug.

Do not use any other drug to treat impotence unless your doctor prescribes them to you.