May 22, 2007 11:13
More than two-thirds of men are willing to use sexual performance boosters, according to a straw poll. Multinational pharmaceutical giant Eli Lilly conducted an online survey of 770 men over 30 last month and found that 70.4 percent had the experience of failing to perform.
Some 74.3 percent of respondents answered they had no qualms about taking impotence drugs if they have sexual problems, it said in a press release Monday.
As reasons for sexual performance failure, respondents cited physical problems (32.9 percent), lack of emotional communications with their partners (32.2 percent), and their own unstable state of mind(17.1 percent). Men take such sexual failure seriously.
Some 55.6 percent of respondents said sexual failure hurt their pride and made them worry about their health. Only 23.4 percent answered that the experience of sexual failure was nothing to worry.
Asked if they are willing to take drugs to treat sexual dysfunction caused by physicla problems, 74.3 percent said yes.
The company makes an erectile dysfunction drug.
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