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How many Levitra pills can my doctor prescribe at one time?

 

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How many generic Levitra pills can my doctor prescribe at one time?

Answer:

Pharmacies listing prices on PharmacyChecker.com are required to follow PharmacyChecker Verification Program standards and guidance policies, which permit pharmacies to internationally market, sell, process and/or dispense a maximum 3-month supply of non-controlled medication pursuant to a valid prescription authorizing a 3-month supply quantity. In other words, your doctor may only prescribe 3 months at a time if you want to order through international online pharmacies.

 

If you choose to buy Levitra locally in the U.S., pharmacies have more latitude to market and sell larger quantities of medication to their customers domestically, in accordance with a written prescription. In many U.S. states, it's commonplace to dispense a year supply of a non-controlled medication; however, the quantity dispensed of Levitra is often limited by U.S. health insurance policies to 6 tablets every 30 days. Your doctor may be able to prescribe a year supply, but, unless you are paying in cash, health insurance coverage usually does not cover a quantity that large.

 

Levitra Prices

 

Levitra (vardenafil) is a prescription medication used to treat erectile dysfunction in men.

 

Unfortunately, the cost for this brand-name drug only continues to rise in the U.S. where just one pill of Levitra 20 mg costs around $60.

 

Fortunately, savings of over 90% on Levitra are available online.

 

Ordering Levitra and Vardenafil Online

 

To compare prices among PharmacyChecker-verified international online pharmacies or to look up printable discount cards to use at your local U.S. pharmacy, click on the specified drug strength below. Levitra 20 mg is available to order for less than $5 per pill through international online pharmacies verified by PharmacyChecker.com. That's a 92% savings!

 

Print Levitra 2.5 mg Discount Card

 

Compare Prices for Levitra 5 mg

 

Compare Prices for Levitra 10 mg

 

Compare Prices for Levitra 20 mg

 

You can order the generic version of Levitra (Vardenafil) 20 mg through online pharmacies for as little as $0.55 per pill. That is less than 1% of the U.S. cost for the brand-name version.   

 

Compare Prices for Vardenafil 10 mg

 

Compare Prices for Vardenafil 20 mg

 

Levitra Discounts at Local U.S. Pharmacies

 

There are savings options with discount cards at U.S. pharmacies, but typically a 10% savings is the best you can do. You can print discount cards using PharmacyChecker.com. Just enter your zip code on the price page of your prescribed medication and follow the prompts.

 

As of this writing, no generic version of Levitra is currently available in the U.S. Although a generic version of Levitra (Vardenafil Hydrochloride) was approved by the FDA in 2012, due to U.S. patent laws, patients are still waiting for it in 2018.  

 

Stick to PharmacyChecker-Verified Online Pharmacies

 

It is important to note that Levitra and other erectile dysfunction drugs, such as Viagra and Cialis, are known to be some of the most counterfeited medications sold online so take care not to be fooled by rogue online pharmacies that offer these brands. Rogue sites are not verified by PharmacyChecker.com or another credentialing organization and may endanger your health or rip you off.

 

How to Spot Rogue Online Pharmacies

 

 

 

Published 4/5/2018




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