Filitra is a brand drug, well known for its best pharmacological action to in the treatment and management of erectile dysfunction or impairment of erection seen in male reproductive organ. Active component present in Vardenafil has demonstrated successful remedy to mitigate the problem of erectile dysfunction in millions of people all around the world.
How it works?
Vardenafil shows its action by controlling the degrading action of an enzyme commonly known as PDE 5 isoenzyme that results in supply of sufficient blood at male genitalia. This action maintains erection of male genitalia and allows him to participate in sexual activity.
What to take Filitra 60mg?
Take this tablet via mouth with a full glass of water, before an hour of sexual intercourse. It can be increased or decreased depending upon the medical condition and other factors of the patient. But in any case do not increase more than one dose of this tablet in a day.
Avoid grapefruits or its juice and heavy diet, as it may retard the absorption of Filitra.
Who should not take it?
Person should not take it in a condition of cardiovascular disorder like stroke, angina, low BP, in which either he is taking Nitrates or its derivatives. If he is allergic to it or component present in this drug.
Which drugs should not be taken along with Filitra 60mg?
Generic content presence in this drug may possibly interact with Nitrates or its derivatives, antifungal and some antibiotics.
What are the possible side effects of Filitra 60mg?
Side effects of Filitra include hypotension, headache, visual disturbances, and nausea, vomiting and painful or prolong erection. All these side effects well tolerated by the patient, taking this drug.
What are the precautionary measures?
Do not engage in work that needs proper mental concentration like driving car or handling machinery equipments, just after taking this medication. Avoid the use of drug that may cause fall in BP. Do not provide the drug to the children and women. Care should be taken in patient of sickle cell anemia, bone marrow and leukemia.