LONDON, February 7, 2018 /PRNewswire/ --
International Andrology, a leading London-basedmen's health clinic, has revealed that they have experienced a surge in men enquiring about erectile dysfunction (ED) treatments and drugs in the lead up to Valentine's Day.
Over the past two weeks the clinic has seen a 300% increase in ED related
The results of the survey reveal that over 80% of men who were planning to celebrate Valentine's day, purchased ED drugs specifically for that occasion so as to make sure they are able to perform on the day irrespective of whether they identified themselves as suffering from ED or not.
The survey results are summarized below:
Mr Christos Konstantinidis, director of the clinic, commented on the results: "It is not surprising to see that men feel pressured to perform sexually on Valentine's Day. Although this is understandable for men suffering from ED, the surprising fact of our survey is that a lot of these men (34% of the respondents) actually do not identify themselves as suffering from erection issues but want this extra boost that ED drugs give in order to impress their partners. Recreational use of ED medication is not something that should be encouraged but with online pharmacies providing access to these drugs with minimal medical checks, it is imperative that men are aware about the safe use of ED medication."
About International Andrology
International Andrology is the world's leading healthcare group focusing exclusively on men's health. Established in 1990 and with more than 40000 men treated to-date, International Andrology doctors offer the most advanced treatments on issues related to erectile dysfunction, ejaculation disorders, genital health (penis size and shape), hormonal health and subfertility, from three locations worldwide (London, Dubai and Rome).
For more information about ED drugs and treatments visit the IA dedicated web-page
SOURCE International Andrology
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