To guarantee the safe use of Vardenafil Oral Jelly, let your doctor know if you have a history of any of these conditions:
Allergic to vardenafil or other active ingredients in the Vardenafil Oral Jelly
Kidney or liver disease
Vardenafil Oral Jelly should only be taken as needed. Swallow the jelly at least 15 minutes before the planned sexual activity. You can take the medicine with or without food. Take a single sachet (5g). The effects will remain active for up to 4 hours. All in all, never take more than one dose a day. You will need sexual stimulation to achieve an erection.
FDA Pregnancy Classification
Vardenafil Oral Jelly is not indicated for use in women and children. However, the drug is not expected to harm an unborn or nursing baby. The medicine should not be used by persons below the age of 18.
Store at room temperature and away from bright light, heat and moisture. The sachets should be stored out of the reach of children and pets.
Sudden vision loss
Shortness of breath
Swelling in the hands, ankles or feet
Heavy feeling in the chest, chest pain, pain spreading to the shoulder or arm, sweating, nausea or a general ill feeling
Pain erection or an erection that lasts more than 4 hours
Hearing loss or ringing in the ears
Redness or warmth in the face, neck or chest
Increased Creatine Kinase
Medications for erectile dysfunction pose some level of health risks to persons with certain health conditions. To avoid complications, start by talking to your doctor. Your doctor should understand your medical history as well as all the drugs you are currently using.
Overdose symptoms are unknown. However, they are more likely to include chest pain, abnormal vision, dizziness, back pain, and irregular heartbeat. Seek emergency medical attention in case of an overdose.
Vardenafil Oral Jelly may cause dizziness and may impair your response. Avoid activities that require alertness after taking the medicine. Be careful when driving.
Vardenafil Oral Jelly has interactions with 490 drugs.