In 2006, Bayer HealthCare, specializing in erectile dysfunction, launched "Dialogue and Confidences," a national program to train more than 1 000 GPs on encouraging dialogue with patients suffering from erectile dysfunction.
This year, the laboratory has focused more closely on the sexuality of the modern woman "by organizing the largest national study ever conducted on this topic, conducted with Ipsos institute with 14 000 women aged 18 and over in 14 countries.
If the survey results confirm a fact already known - the majority of women see sexuality as an important element for their welfare and stability of the couple - the study provides interesting data about the erectile dysfunction, its frequency, its echoes and more importantly, the lack of communication dealing with this problem ...
First lesson: One woman in 5 in the world recognizes that her partner or former partner has suffered at least once erectile dysfunction (ED) during the last 12 months ... But a woman in only 2 spoke with her partner .
Indeed, how to address a taboo - because closely related to man in his manhood - and mysterious? The survey in fact shows a real lack of information on the subject: almost 6 out of 10 women feel they are not well informed on the DE. In France, nearly 1 in 2 women did not have heard of specific drugs for erection problems.
"The French, unlike their male partners, seem unaware of the treatment against the DE. The more than 40 years are more likely to believe that erection problems are primarily a problem for the man and he just wait until it passes, unlike their European neighbors or American women in Latin have a more proactive role in solving the problems of FOR, "said Patrick Klein, CEO of Ipsos Health.
French women still have progress to make ...
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