Survey Of ED Sufferers Uncovers Gaps In Communication About Their Condition With Their Doctor

Four in ten ED sufferers have never talked to their doctor about ED. Patients’ discomfort with the topic is viewed as the #1 barrier to communication between ED sufferers and their doctor. While only half of them have ever used a prescription drug for ED, two thirds of sufferers wish they knew more about ED and its treatment. While majorities of ED sufferers do not believe many myths about ED drugs, much uncertainty remains among those who have not spoken to their doctor about their condition.

Wednesday, July 16, 2008

A survey of 300 U.S. men aged 45 and older who reported they suffer from erectile dysfunction conducted by Ipsos Public Affairs for Eli Lilly & Company shows that:

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Survey Of ED Sufferers Uncovers Gaps In Communication About Their Condition With Their Doctor

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Nicolas Boyon
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