Some men may get side effects on Levitra. Most of the time, these are mild and pass on their own after a couple of uses. But you should see your doctor if you get any side effects that concern you, or that may be a sign of something more serious.
The below is a guide, but not a complete list. More detailed info on side effects can be found in the leaflet that comes with the medication.
Very common (more than one in 10 users):
Common (less than one in 10 users):
Blocked nose, dizziness, indigestion and flushing.
Uncommon (less than one in 100 users):
Skin swelling, swelling of the mucous tissue, swollen face, mouth, lips or throat, problems sleeping, numbness, fatigue, vision problems, red eyes, altered colour of vision, pain of the eyes, sensitivity to light, tinnitus, vertigo, rapid heartbeat, loud heartbeat, loss of breath, stuffy nose, acid reflux, gastritis, pain of the abdomen, diarrhoea, nausea, vomiting, dry mouth, raised liver enzymes, pain in the back, muscle pain, increased blood muscle enzyme called creatine phosphokinase. Stiffness, malaise and unwanted prolonged erections.
Rare (less than one in 1,000 users):
Eye inflammation, anxiety, fainting, loss of memory, seizures, glaucoma, increased tear duct action, heart attack, angina, high blood pressure, low blood pressure, nose bleeds, altered liver function test results, sensitivity to sunlight, chest pain, decreased blood flow to the brain and painful erections.