Some guys think that generic Levitra is the best thing since sliced bread. Ok, it’s not really a fair analogy but the fact that Levitra has a generic form means that you can realize even greater savings than ever before. However, do you even know how to recognize generic Levitra?
The generic Levitra name is Vardenafil Hydrochloride and on some internet pharmacy websites, the brand name and generic name are often used interchangeably. Of course, unless you knew the generic Levitra name, chances are that you wouldn’t know that you could get even better pricing!
Be advised that generic Levitra is virtually the same as the name brand. Both contain all the same active and inactive ingredients and reactions to both medications should be the same. That means, if you are able to take Levitra after meals with no problem, then the generic form should work the same way.
Side effects such as upset stomach, dizziness, headaches, runny nose or stuffy nose that can occur with Levitra can also occur with generic Levitra as well. Most of these side effects wear off as the drug wears off in your system as well.
Just like certain people shouldn’t take Levitra, the same thing applies with the generic version. The biggest group of people who should not take generic Levitra or its name brand is those who take nitrate based medications for such conditions as heart disease. Some of the medications that could react negatively include nitroglycerin tablets and alpha blockers
For the most part, doctors will start a patient on 10 milligrams of generic Levitra or its brand name equivalent per day. Those with health conditions may be prescribed less than 10 milligrams. From there, the doctor will adjust the dosage depending on the reaction time for an erection to occur, if it does at all.
Rest assured that overall, generic Levitra works just the same as its name brand equivalent. However, if you are ever in any doubt, call customer service to verify that generic Levitra is right for you.
Disclaimer: Cliff Schaffer does not personally endorse or support any of the comments made within the writings of this article.