I ordered the Levitra 20mg pills and they do not match exactly like the pill identifier page. They have "20" on one side and blank on the other side. The pill identifier page shows it should have BAYER written on one side. Is this a generic version or safe to take?
Hmmm, I don't 4 sure. I do not trust those online pharmacies. Many send out fake generics that look like the real deal but are not. I stopped using them a long time ago when I ordered medicine and it had no effect on me whatsoever. I talked to a "doctor" on the phone and he shipped my pills. They were pain pills and looked exactly like the real thing (I have chronic back pain sadly, but I only take pain pills now when it is real bad, otherwise I just deal, lol) but they had no effect on me. Did nothing. Like a sugar pill or something. I was pretty upset to say the least, and went to my doctor and he told me never to deal with online pharmacies b/c many are scammers. I got real pain pills from my doctor thank god, but it was a tough lesson well learned. Levitra 20mg should be a round orange tablet with 20 on one side and Bayer on the other side.
I don't know if u have a "real" generic or a "copycat" fake pill. U have to be careful with these online pharmacies. Many are not trustworthy from what I hear, although a few ppl have told me some are just fine. Going through the trouble to find a legimate one is not worth it in my opinion. I would just go to the doctor. Be careful. Maybe someone else knows 4 sure if that is an actual 20mg generic without Bayer on it.
There is currently no generic version of Levitra available. Levitra is protected by a patent that prevents any generic versions from being manufactured. However, it is expected that once Levitra goes off patent, several companies will start manufacturing a generic form of the drug. The first patent for Levitra currently expires in 2018.
- Levitra Information for Consumers
- Levitra Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Levitra (detailed)
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