Survey reveals motorists most likely to use Viagra – is your motor top of the list?

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DRIVERS taking more Viagra than any other have been revealed in a survey.

Some 28% of BMW owners admitted to taking erectile dysfunction pills to improve their sex.

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Some 4.3 million pills were prescribed in the UK from 2020 to 2021.Credit: Getty – Contributor

However, male Toyota and Vauxhall drivers are the least likely to take viagra pills – only 5% of them confirmed they were addicted to them.

The survey was carried out by the gambling platform Freebets.com.

Tim Agnew of Freebets.com said in a press release: “BMWs may be one of the most prestigious cars out there, but it looks like their owners need a little help.

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“On the other hand, Toyota drivers seem to be much more reliable in that department,” he added.

According to official data, there are 235,000 BMW drivers in the UK.

The NHS has warned of the side effects that can be caused by taking Viagra pills – it can cause headaches, nausea, indigestion, stuffy nose and dizziness.

According to the NHS, erection problems are very common in men over 40.

A 2019 study by King’s College London found that 4.3 million men in the UK suffered from erectile dysfunction.

Sildefadil is the most commonly used drug to treat erectile dysfunction.

Across England, erectile dysfunction drugs appeared on 4.35 million prescriptions from January to June this year.

Some 4.3 million Viagra pills were prescribed in the UK from 2020 to 2021.

Experts believe that more men are taking viagra because there is now less stigma and they feel more comfortable seeking treatment.

However, GPS will only prescribe Sildefadil or a similar drug if there is a medical reason to do so.

Erectile dysfunction can cause mental health issues and can limit their ability to have healthy sex.

BMW drivers take the most Viagra, according to a survey by Freebets.com

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BMW drivers take the most Viagra, according to a survey by Freebets.com
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