's Got the Skinny on Sex-Enhancing Drugs

HILLSBOROUGH, N.C.—Top adult product retailer Adam & Eve and its website conduct surveys on a regular basis to find out what goes on between adults' sheets. This month, they're back with the latest statistics on the use of sexual enhancement drugs.

Whether its Viagra, Cialis or herbal supplements found online or at local convenience stores, many adults have explored these elixirs to improve their sex lives.

Interestingly, while 30 percent of the men polled by Adam & Eve said they had tried a sex-enhancement drug of some type, 28 percent of the women polled admitted they or their partners had experimented with them.

“It’s important to remember that these drugs act differently,” warned Dr. Jenni Skyler, resident sexologist at Adam & Eve. “Cialis, Levitra and Viagra are only available with a prescription and should only be taken under a doctor’s care. While some of the over-the-counter supplements may help with mild erectile dysfunction in some people, many of these libido vitamins are not tested or quality controlled the way they should be. I encourage anyone interested in trying these sexual enhancement products to speak to their doctor about low libido, erectile issues or sexual concerns of any kind.” 

“Adam & Eve encourages adults to enjoy positive sexuality within their own comfort levels and boundaries,” stated Chad Davis, director of marketing for Adam & Eve.

The web-based survey, conducted by an independent third party survey company, of more than 1,000 American adults age 18 and up, was sponsored by Adam & Eve to study sexual preferences and practices.

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