Alias: Levitra; Fardenafil,Vardenafil hydrochloride
Molecular Formula: C23H32N6O4S
CAS No: 224785-91-5
Grade: Pharmaceutical Grade
Appearance: White to almost white crystalline powder
Vardenafil can be a PDE5 inhibitor employed for treating impotence problems. Vardenafil’s indications and contra-indications overlap with with PDE5 inhibitors; it’s closely related in function to Sildenafil citrate (Viagra) and Tadalafil (Cialis). The difference between your Vardenafil molecule and Sildenafil citrate is the fact that a nitrogen atom has different position and also the change of Sildenafil’s piperazine ring methyl group to a ethyl group. Tadalafil is structurally completely different from both Sildenafil and Vardenafil. Vardenafil’s relatively short effective time resembles but somewhat more than Sildenafil’s.
Further, Vardenafil lengthens QT interval. Then it should not be taken by men taking other medications affecting the QT interval (such as Amiodarone).
Vardenafil Unwanted side effects
Facial flushing (reddening), headaches, stomach upset, diarrhea, flu like symptoms and nausea. Vardenafil may also cause heart problems, low hypertension, blurred vision and adjustments to color vision, abnormal ejaculation and priapism (painful erection).
Patients taking Levitra usually are moving on a ten mg dose, that they take a maximum of once daily, about an hour before sexual practice. It can take as low as A half-hour for Levitra to work in a few patients. Like with Viagra, Levitra dosages are adjusted determined by an individual’s reaction, with doctors generally decreasing doses to to two.5 mg or increasing the crooks to a maximum of 20 mg every day.
Vardenafil, as with every PDE5 inhibitors, really should not be utilized by men taking nitrate medications, because combining them with Vardenafil might provoke potentially life-threatening hypotension (low blood pressure).