Docs: Viagra Fails To Work in More Than 50% Men

The sex drug- Viagra does not have an effect on more than half of the men who consume it; the doctors claim this, thereby alleging that the publicity enjoyed by the drug is over-hyped.

According to the leading doctors, millions of Dollars are wasted by the Health Service on the said tablets. The sad part is that this over-publicized drug fails in more than 50% and is not the appropriate cue in a majority of cases.

Currently, various GP’s prescribe Viagra by default to any male who claims to be suffering from sexual problems; however, the docs recommend that instead of giving the oil, the root cause of the problem should be diagnosed.

Affirming the prevalent situation to the Daily Mail, Dr. Geoffrey Hackett, a consultant urologist at Good Hope Hospital in Birmingham, and former Chairman of the British Society for Sexual Medicine said, "Viagra will only work if there are sufficient levels of testosterone. Everybody thinks that Viagra is the panacea for all sexual problems, it's not".

It was brought forth that more than half of the men who consumed Viagra discovered that their problems were not being solved and they experienced no improvement in their condition.

To tackle the situation, the doctors recommend that men should have a blood test so as to adjudge their levels of testosterone. Further, in case the testosterone levels are found to be low, then inexpensive testosterone pills, patches and gels, can be given as the treatment.