Viagra Users Twice as Happy in Relationships, Study Finds

A recent international study has shown that wives report more sexual satisfaction and enjoyment in their relationships when their husbands use Viagra.

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By  Stuart Qualtrough Published  July 3, 2005

Results from a recent international study into partner satisfaction have shown that wives report more sexual satisfaction and enjoyment in their relationships when their husbands use Viagra. The study was presented at a recent international gathering of doctors who treat men for sexual performance improvement. “Wives of Viagra users in the Middle East are usually primary motivators behind their husbands’ decisions to seek options for improved sexual performance,” said Dr. Ashraf Kamel – Consultant Urologist in United Arab Emirates. “The recent findings of the study serve to reconfirm my professional view that Viagra, by the strength of its efficacy, enables happily married couples to enjoy even greater levels of sexual satisfaction with each other.” The study examined the effect of improved erections on female sexual function among 180 married couples. Husbands were given Viagra; wives were asked to respond to a series of questionnaires that assessed their sexual satisfaction and attitudes about their partner’s Viagra usage. When asked how often sexual intercourse was satisfactory over the past four weeks, wives of the Viagra-treated group reported an increase in satisfaction double that of the placebo group.

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