Monday, May 30, 2016

New Viagra Skin Patch to Get Men in the Mood for S*x in Just Few Minutes

Scientists have developed a new Viagra that could be attached to men's skin and get them ready for s*x in just few minutes and last longer.
 
A  new Viagra skin patch could get men in the mood for sex in a matter of minutes.
 
Scientists have developed a way to get the erection-boosting drug through the skin.
 
It could slash the time it takes to work from up to an hour when taken as a pill.
 
Experts also hope it will increase the average length of time the drug works beyond the current four to five hours.
 
It could be worn on the arm or abdomen, and it may curb common side-effects of the pill such as headaches, indigestion and muscle pain.
 
The patch could be ready in a few years after a breakthrough by scientists in Saudi Arabia and Cairo.
 
They made plasters containing minute particles of the drug coated in thin layers of fat and chemicals to aid absorption into the skin.
 
Some 1.5million Brits get Viagra on the NHS, with pills costing about 30p each.
 
Dr Geoff Hackett, of the British Society of Sexual Medicine, said patches could appeal to some men.
 
But he warned: “It might be a nice way of delivering the drug.

“But I can’t see how a patch likely to cost around £10 is going to replace a pill that’s a fraction of the price.”
 
Source: UK The Sun

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