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Staxyn is a drug for ED that gives you harder, firmer erections. It’s a tablet that dissolves on the tongue (so no need for a water break).

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Don’t want to interrupt sex with a water break? Meet Staxyn. Place it on your tongue, it should dissolve in just a few minutes. No glass of water required.

What is Staxyn?

Staxyn is a melt tablet for ED. It helps men get longer lasting and firmer erections.

It’s technically the same drug as Levitra. Only Levitra is a hard tablet and needs to be swallowed with water.

Staxyn is different. You hold it on the tongue and wait for it to disintegrate, then you can swallow it without water. This can be better for men who don’t like swallowing capsules whole, or who feel like taking a tablet with water during sex is a little too obvious.

Is there more than one Staxyn dosage?

No, it just comes in the one (Staxyn 10m). It’s the middle dose for Levitra and Vardenafil, so is the one that works best for most men.

That said, Staxyn 10mg may not be right for everyone. Because there is no Staxyn 5mg or Staxyn 20mg, if you need to switch to a lower or higher dose, you’ll need to switch to Vardenafil or Levitra instead.

Staxyn or Vardenafil?

It comes down to name brand or generic (that old chestnut). You can get Vardenafil as a melting tablet. It’s called Vardenafil ODT.

Clinically, they’re the same drug. The brand names Staxyn and Levitra are owned by Bayer, but Vardenafil is a generic medicine, so can be made by other laboratories. Generic medicines are also cheaper.

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What is erectile dysfunction?

Erectile dysfunction is the inability to get or maintain an erection for sex. This means that during moments of arousal, the penis is often either flaccid, or partly firm but rarely gets hard enough. If it does, it’s not for long enough periods of time to have sex sucessfully.

The causes of impotence can be complicated. It can stem from poor physical health (and things such as poor lifestyle choices) and pre-existing medical conditions like cardiovascular disease or diabetes. These conditions can interfere with blood vessels and impair vascular function. In turn, this makes it difficult for blood to fill the penis when aroused because the vessels become too constricted.

There are psychological causes too. Stress and anxiety can prevent the right signals needed to trigger erection mechanisms from being released by the brain. So even just being nervous about sex, despite being aroused, can induce ED too.

Anyone can get ED. Keeping its main causes in mind, it’s easy to understand why impotence is often viewed as and reported on as an older man’s problem. But the truth is young men suffer with erection problems too.

Emerging evidence shows more young men seem to be reporting symptoms of ED. The full reasons behind this are not yet understood, but it's been suggested psychological issues could be playing a more prominent role because young people are less prone to physical health problems.

How does Staxyn work?

Do you need a prescription for Staxyn?

How to buy Staxyn online

How to take Staxyn

Take one Staxyn tablet orally approximately 60 minutes before you intend to have sex. One capsule per day is the maximum amount of Staxyn you should take. This tablet needs to be placed on the tongue where it should disintegrate.

Unlike other ED drugs, Staxyn doesn’t need to be taken with water.

Staxyn with food and alcohol

Changing from Staxyn 10mg to another dose

Is Staxyn effective?

What are the most common Staxyn side effects?

All medications can cause side effects.[2] Knowing what these look like is important as it will inform how you should react to side effects.

The common side effects associated with Staxyn include headache, flushing, a stuffy or blocked nose, indigestion, an upset stomach, dizziness or back pain. These should clear up after a few hours.

What should I do if I get side effects?

When should I see a doctor?

Is there a cheaper alternative to Staxyn?

There are other ED drugs that are cheaper than Staxyn.

The cost of Staxyn will depend on the quantity you plan to use. The active ingredient found in Staxyn is Vardenafil, which is also available as a generic treatment. Generic treatments tend to be inexpensive alternatives to branded treatments.

Plus, Vardenafil is available in 5mg and 20mg doses whereas Staxyn is not.

But compared to other generics, like Tadalafil and Sildenafil, Vardenafil is a little pricier.

If you’re looking for an effective but cheaper alternative, speak to your doctor for advice.

What should I do if Staxyn doesn’t work?

Staxyn or Viagra?


Always read the patient information leaflet before taking any treatment. You can read detailed safety information about this drug at the link below.

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Staxyn side effects

Common side effects of Staxyn include headache, facial flushing, blocked or runny nose, indigestion, stomach upset, dizziness or pain in the back.

Uncommonly, Staxyn may cause an erection that won’t go away (called priapism) or changes to the colour in vision. For example, some patients report a blue tinge to objects or having difficulty telling the difference between blue and green.

On rare occasions, men taking treatments in the PDE5i classification report a sudden or loss of vision in one or both eyes. It’s not known whether this is directly related to ED drugs. If you take Staxyn and notice visual impairment of any kind, seek medical attention immediately.

Staxyn warnings


[1] Valiquette, L., Montorsi, F. and Auerbach, S. (2008). Vardenafil demonstrates first-dose success and reliability of penetration and maintenance of erection in men with erectile dysfunction — RELY-II. Canadian Urological Association Journal, [online] 2(3), pp.187–195.

[Accessed 27 Jul. 2021].

[2] ‌Van Ahlen, H., Zumbé, J., Stauch, K. and Hanisch, J.U. (2010). The Real-Life Safety and Efficacy of Vardenafil (REALISE) Study: Results in Men from Europe and Overseas with Erectile Dysfunction and Cardiovascular or Metabolic Conditions. The Journal of Sexual Medicine, 7(9), pp.3161–3169.

[Accessed 27th July 2021]

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