Vardenafil belongs to a class of medicines called phosphodiesterase 5 inhibitors, or PDE5 inhibitors for short. Vardenafil is a prescription-only medicine (POM). This medicine is available in 5mg, 10mg, and 20mg strengths from Trusted Treatments.
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What is Vardenafil Used to Treat?
Vardenafil tablets are used to treat erectile dysfunction in men. Erectile dysfunction is the inability to achieve and maintain an erection that is sufficient for satisfactory sexual performance.
How to Take Vardenafil
Vardenafil is usually taken between 25 and 60 minutes before sexual activity. Patients should only take vardenafil as directed by the prescribing clinician. If there are no other medical issues, it is usually safe to take vardenafil tablets once each day. We do not recommend taking more than is needed. Although vardenafil and other medicines used to treat erectile dysfunction, including sildenafil and tadalafil, are linked to achieving an erection, taking vardenafil on its own is not usually sufficient to cause an erection. The man usually has to be sexually aroused for an erection to occur.
What Are the Side Effects of Vardenafil?
Vardenafil is generally well tolerated. As with any medicine, side effects can occur. The side effects tend to be mild. These side effects can include headache, dizziness, nausea, back pain, muscle aches, and occasionally facial flushing. Some reports of dyspepsia and heartburn have been reported as well as patients occasionally experiencing nasal congestion following a dose.
Who Should Not Use Vardenafil?
- Vardenafil is only intended for use by men and is not intended for use by women.
- Patients that have allergies or hypersensitivities to vardenafil or any of the ingredients within the tablet must not take this medicine.
- Patients that take nitrates must not use vardenafil. Nitrates are often used for angina treatment.
- If you have hypotension (low blood pressure of less than 90/50 mmHg), you must not take vardenafil.
- Those with severe hepatic (liver) failure must not use this medicine.
- There are some age-related specific contraindications (reasons why vardenafil tablets must not be taken), which include patients over 75 years of age who are also taking medicines such as ketoconazole and itraconazole in oral form.
- Patients that are being treated with HIV protease inhibitors including ritonavir and indinavir must not take vardenafil.
- If you have been told to abstain from certain forms of exercise, this may also be a reason why vardenafil tablets should not be taken. Some patients may have cardiovascular conditions that mean the additional strain of having sexual intercourse can cause a significant risk.
There are other reasons why vardenafil may not be advised. The above is just a summary and is not an exhaustive list. Always follow the advice of the doctor (or other suitable clinician) prescribing the medicine and act on the information in the patient information leaflet supplied with any medicines that you receive. An example patient information leaflet that should be read before using vardenafil tablets is available online. Click here to see the patient information leaflet (this link opens in a new tab).
You must always let the prescriber know the medicines you are taking as well as your conditions including all current, dormant, and recently resolved conditions. Always let the prescriber know if you are taking any short course of treatments for example antibiotics for a chest infection or urine infection. You must let the clinician that is assessing you for the suitability of vardenafil know about all your current symptoms, because even those that you may not associate with erectile dysfunction may mean that the medicine either does not work correctly or further investigation is needed for safe diagnosis and treatment.
For patients that are prescribed vardenafil for the first time, a 10mg dose is usually prescribed. This dose may be decreased to 5mg in some cases, for example when patients have severe renal failure. Based on how well this works and how well the medicine is tolerated, the prescriber may suggest increasing the strength or decreasing the strength. The usual maximum dose of vardenafil is 20mg. Note that tablets may be taken with or without food. We recommend that vardenafil tablets are taken with a glass of water to aid swallowing.
Vardenafil tablets are only suitable for adults and must not be taken by people under the age of 18 years unless on medical advice.
For further information about erectile dysfunction and the treatment options available, see the Conditions section of the NHS website specifically for Erectile Dysfunction (this link opens in a new tab).
How to Order Vardenafil Tablets
Trusted Treatments is an online clinic that offers patients in Great Britain the opportunity to complete a consultation online or via a video call with a doctor. If you have any concerns or are unsure about the treatment that you need, you must speak to your GP or arrange for a video consultation with a clinician at TrustedTreatments.com so that your concerns can be discussed, recommendations made, and appropriate action taken. Trusted Treatments supplements NHS services, working alongside NHS doctors, and is not a substitute for standard healthcare. If your GP limits the number of vardenafil tablets that you can be supplied via an NHS prescription, Trusted Treatments may be able to help by supplying an increased quantity as long as it is safe to do so. You must never take more than one vardenafil tablet each day unless on the advice of a medical doctor.
Buy vardenafil tablets today by completing an online consultation. Our doctor and other prescribers review the information provided quickly. If suitable, a prescription will be sent to the pharmacy that partners with Trusted Treatments, and you will receive delivery of your medicine promptly. Delivery is discrete and you have the choice of either using Royal Mail or DPD. All medicines supplied are from a pharmacy registered with the GPhC providing genuine UK sourced treatments.
What to Do if you Take Too Much Vardenafil
If you take more vardenafil than is prescribed, you may experience unpleasant side effects. These can include dizziness, indigestion, visual disturbances, headaches, and nausea. Although side effects often go away when you stop taking vardenafil tablets, you must always tell a doctor if you have taken more vardenafil than you are supposed to. This can be done by telephoning NHS 111 by dialing 111 on an operational telephone from the United Kingdom.
General Information About Vardenafil Tablets
If you would like general information about vardenafil and other types of treatments for erectile dysfunction please give us a call, or speak to your community pharmacist or GP.
In an Emergency
If at any time you have chest pain, tightness in the chest or throat, have difficulty breathing, have swollen lips or face, or get a sudden onset of a rash, which may include red, swollen, blistered, or peeling areas of the skin, sometimes accompanied by itchiness, you must contact 999 immediately to get emergency treatments. This can be done by telephoning 999 on an operational telephone. If you do not have access to a telephone and you are in an emergency situation, you must go to the nearest emergency department or accident and emergency unit.
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This resource has been last edited on 24th July 2021 by: Richard Neilson MPharm MBA MRPharmS MCIM.
This resource has been reviewed by: Pending Review.
If your condition or symptoms require urgent treatment, please call NHS 111 by dialling 111 on your telephone. If you require emergency treatment, for example, if you or someone else has chest pain, has received an injury to the head, or has been involved in a serious accident, call 999 on your telephone immediately. If your condition or symptoms are not something that can be assessed remotely through the Trusted Treatments online doctor service, please make an appointment with your usual GP at the earliest opportunity. If your GP cannot offer an appointment in a timeframe that you feel is appropriate, call 111 on your telephone and seek advice, explaining your concerns. Read more about where to get help..