Levitra (vardenafil) is a popular prescription anti-impotence drug that helped many patients to carry on with their normal sex life in spite of age and health problems. Levitra will not work by itself, as the patient needs to be stimulated sexually to get an erection. Side effects are generally mild and include fainting, lightheadedness, dizziness, stuffy or runny nose, heartburn, upset stomach and some others. Alcohol and hot weather can make some of these side effects more intense. Do not combine Levitra with any medicine intended for the treatment of blood pressure and prostate problems (alpha-blockers), or nitrate-based drugs as these can affect your blood pressure and even have fatal consequences.
If during sexual activity you develop cardiac symptoms, such as dizziness, nausea or chest pain it's recommended not to continue and report the symptoms to your health care provider. Seek emergency medical assistance if you happen to have the following serious side effects of Levitra: allergic reaction (hives, swelling of the face and tongue, trouble breathing), muscle pain, back pain, ringing in the ears, severe dizziness, vision changes or vision loss, loss of hearing.