Increase in the demand for Viagra before Valentine’s Day

As Valentine’s Day approached, International Andrology, a London-based clinic for men began to encounter a sudden increase in the enquiry about erectile dysfunction, its treatments, and its drugs. This should not come as a surprise because men were getting ready for the D-day.

This will probably be the same trend in other clinics where the condition is being treated. Precisely, the London based clinic has witnessed an increase of about 300 percent in enquiries related to ED. This is why the clinic decided to carry out an international survey with the men that made the enquiries. The survey asked whether the men had plans to use ED drugs for Valentine or not.

Considering the response to the survey, it was discovered that more than 80 percent of men decided to take ED drugs to boost their sexual performance on that day irrespective of whether they think they have ED or not. In other words, the sudden increase in the interest in the drug has nothing to do with ED, it is actually about being sure that they live up to their partners’ sexual expectation and even exceed it.

To corroborate this fact, the results of the survey has been given below

  • 34 percent of the men that enquired about ED drugs wanted it to impress their partners not because of ED. In fact they know they don’t have the condition
  • 77 percent of them wanted the drug specifically for the occasion
  • 54 percent of those that took the survey planned to celebrate the day with their partner

According to the director of the clinic, the survey showed that a good number of the men only wanted the drug to boost their sexual performance to exceed their partners’ expectations. Although it is not advisable for men to use the medication for recreational purpose, since online pharmacies readily provide it with little or no medical checks, men should be educated on how to safely use the drug.