Valif 20 mg tablet effectively treats erectile dysfunction and contains the active ingredient Vardenafil. The drug is known as a phosphodiesterase type 5 (PDE5) inhibitor and works by increasing blood flow to the penis during sexual arousal and causing an erection.
Valif 20 mg should be avoided if one is allergic to any of the ingredients in it. People with heart problems, inherited degenerative eye problems, irregular heartbeat, or kidney and liver problems should also avoid taking Valif 20 mg.
Valif 20 mg tab should only be taken orally with or without a meal. It should be taken about an hour before sex for best results. Overdosing on Valif 20 mg tablets can be extremely harmful, so it should only be taken once a day or as directed by your doctor.
Like other medicines, Valif 20 mg can cause side effects such as headache, hot flashes, sneezing, stomach or back pain, belching, coughing, or constipation. Some major side effects are a pain in the jaw and arms, chills and cold sweats, confusion and nervousness, and irregular heartbeat. The major side effects of Valif 20 mg should be reported to the doctor as soon as possible. The use and effects of the drug may vary from person to person. It is recommended to consult a urologist before using this drug.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is Valif 20 mg safe with alcohol?
Do not drink large amounts of alcohol with Valif 20 mg as it can cause side effects.
Is it safe to drive while taking Valif 20 mg?
It can cause dizziness. Do not drive or do anything that requires your full attention.
Does this affect kidney function?
No dose adjustment is required in patients with mild kidney disease. Dose adjustment is needed in patients with severe kidney diseases.
Does this affect liver function?
No dose adjustment is needed in patients with mild liver disease. It is not recommended to patients with moderate or severe liver disease.