Since it became available back in 1998, Viagra has become one of the main solutions for men erectile dysfunction or ED as we call it around the dinner table
Erectile dysfunction is generally thought of as a condition only affecting older men, but a new study revealed just how many young men may also have ED.
The study, published in The Journal of Sexual Medicine, shows that one in four men will experience ED at some point in their lives.
But as the rate of ED continues to rise, are men aware of the health consequences and potential dangers of Viagra?
Speaking exclusively to the Daily Star Online Dr Seth Rankin, founder of London Doctors Clinic, answers all your burning questions about Viagra. and we use “burning” literally, so don’t freak out
SOURCE: Daily Star