The most well-known adverse effects among individuals taking Levitra incorporate stuffy nose, runny nose, cerebral pain, gastrointestinal malfunctions, wooziness, and flushing. As a rule, these side effects last only for a short while. Exceptionally uncommon reactions may incorporate priapism (erection keeps going over four hours, which can harm the penis and individuals who experience such an effect should consult their doctors), seeing a blue tinge to items, and issues separating green from blue colors.
A few patients taking Levitra may encounter a sudden vision worsening that can manifest on one or both eyes which, nevertheless, can occur in very rare ocasions. In the event that this occurs, it usually means that a patient has heart problems, a current eye issue, elevated cholesterol levels, diabetes, or hypertension. Patients who encounter sudden loss of vision ought to quit using this medication and consult their doctors at once.
Patients should inform their physicians about any possible health problem they may have, especially when they experience health issues such as:
Penis shape deformity, for example Peyronie’s disease
Long QT syndrome as a rare family heart condition
Cardiovascular pathologies including arrhythmias, acute or chronic heart failure or angina pectoris
Seizures or epilepsy
Hemophilia or other rare blood pathologies
Blood pressure issues such as hypertension (elevated blood pressure) or hypotension (a significant drop in blood pressure levels)
Pathologies of the liver and/or kidneys
Blood cell illness or abnormalities such as multiple myeloma, leukemia, sickle cells etc.
Suffer from non-arterial anterior ischemic optic neuropathy
Experienced myocardial infarction (heart attack) or stroke recently.
Retinitis pigmentosa state
Suffering from gastric ulcers