This health video will focus on the new drugs available (instead of Viagra) to men who need a little boost to their sex life.
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Dr Dean Edell: Justin should had been in a sexual prime, but since he was a teen, he has suffered from a problem that usually doesn't hit men until later in life. Justin Pfister: Basically, I got an erection, a pretty good one, and then I lost it. Dr. Richard Berger: There are between 10,000,000-30,000,000 men who have chronic problems of getting or maintaining an erection. Dr Dean Edell: The good news is almost all impotents can be treated and thanks to the success of a tiny blue pill, more men are seeking help. Dr. Jeffrey Brady: And actually has revolutionize the treatment of erectile dysfunction and now with the pill most men are able to have erections again. Dr. Dean Edell: Viagra broke ground in ED treatment, but it doesn't work for everyone. Now, two new contenders want to challenge it by offering something different, EQ or erection quality. Dr. Jeffrey Brady: And the quality of erection is important, you know the firmness, is there any curvature, there are a lot of issues that we do look at for people. We ask what is the quality of their erection. Dr. Dean Edell: When men were asked to rate each drug, a world health study found that 88% of users chose Cialis for duration of erection, 89% preferred Levitra for hardness and ease of getting an erection, and 60% chose Viagra because it has fewer side effects like dizziness or back pain. Drug therapy works for about 60-70% of men. It helped Justine to get back on track. Justin Pfister: Yeah, the stress is removed and you can think about everything else a little better. Dr. Dean Edell: Which means he can finally lead a normal life. I'm Dr. Dean Edell.