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Few drugs can become embedded within and change culture. Sadly, Thalidomide did. LSD did for the hippy generation. Valium (known as Mother’s Little Helper) did. And of course Viagra. It may seem as though Viagra has been around for decades but it was only introduced in the UK in 1998. A Wedgwood colored diamond shaped pill that transformed the bedroom forever.

Until its discovery erectile Dysfunction (ED) was something you never talked about unless it was to a doctor, and for which the “cure” was something almost medieval, with the likes of implants and tourniquets. There can be no doubt that once the sniggering had died down, along with the taboo, the mass production and availability of Viagra brought joy to millions by banishing the embarrassment and suffering of ED for over 80% of those who used it. For the great majority of users there were no significant side effects, and it could be used once a day, virtually every day, and it worked. It encouraged and maintained a penile erection sufficient to satisfy both the man and his partner. The only drawback was the price. For the past 15 years, unless you were lucky enough to have it prescribed on the NHS, it had to be prescribed and then purchased- and at around £5-10 a pill, it could take the edge off your desire to enjoy and give sexual satisfaction. But all that is about to change.

As you may have seen in the news, the manufacturer of Viagra, Pfizer, has now lost its patent to sell the drug exclusively in the UK. That means that rival manufacturers will be able to sell the drug under its generic name “sildenafil citrate” for the very first time. This is good news for you, for the NHS and for pharmacies such as Boots and Pharmacy 2U where you will soon be able to buy the genuine article, sildenafil, at a fraction of the price that was charged by Pfizer under its brand name Viagra. What you may not know is that we have people from Kent in South East England, to thank for the discovery of Viagra. It was originally developed as a treatment for hypertension and angina in Pfizer’s research facility there. The effect that it allowed better and longer erections only became known when those trialling the drug for their heart problems asked to continue after the trial ended. They revealed that it had an effect on their sex lives that far outweighed the limited effect on their heart issues.

It was a genuine breakthrough. Nearly 5 per cent of men aged over 40 and 15-20 per cent of men aged 65 and over suffer from chronic ED. No more implants and vacuum pumps. How will the market change now that Pfizer’s patent has gone? Check out Pharmacy2U regularly and you will see. But the bottom line is that one of the safest and most effective treatments for ED is going to become a whole lot cheaper. That should be cheered to the rafters!

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