Gentlemen, it may be better for you (and cheaper, too) to do Kegels instead:
Researchers have found the sort of exercises women are taught to do post-natally–which involve simply contracting internal muscles–can be just as effective as Viagra, without the side-effects, including headaches and indigestion, that affect one in ten users.
In a study published in the British Journal of General Practice, around 40 per cent of the men who worked at strengthening their pelvic floor muscles for three months regained full sexual function–a further 30 per cent had improved function.
The results were virtually identical to the findings of the studies that propelled Viagra into one of the biggest-selling drugs of all time.
Pelvic floor exercises can also help men with incontinence, and could benefit those suffering from impotence and incontinence following surgery for prostate cancer. This is being tested in a major trial launched in 30 centres across the UK.
I know from personal experience that these simple exercises feel rather good down there. The best part is, you can do them anywhere and no one but you will know…unless they see the silly smile crossing your face.
So, guys…what’s holding you back? Is $10 a pop really worth it to you when you can have a safe alternative (and no more embarrassing trips to the pharmacy!) for free? Might be worth learning what many members of the Fair Sex already know. At the very least, you won’t have a leaky bladder anymore.