According to the Daily Mail
Thurrock, has made the top ten, according to Tesco, which recently became the UK’s widest provider of erectile dysfunction services.
After Swindon other areas where Viagra sales are sparse are the university enclave of Cambridge, and Watford, Hertfordshire.
Bury, Aberdeen and Ely in Cambridgeshire also made the hall of fame as did those in Manchester, Poole in Dorset, Swansea and Wisbech, Cambridgeshire.
Shona Scott, commercial manager for Tesco pharmacy services, said: ‘There has been a strong overall demand across the UK for this erectile dysfunction remedy since it went on sale in September – but the highest demand by far is in Bristol.
‘In general, we have seen the highest demand in the south with sales in northern England also pretty high.
‘But the lowest demand has been in Northern Ireland followed by Scotland.
‘We think that by offering easier access than ever before we will help more men remedy this sensitive condition.’
Erectile dysfunction is one of the most common sexual problems and affects around 2.3million men in the UK.
Half of all men over 40 will experience it at some point in their lives.
The condition becomes more common and severe as men get older. However statistics show that only about one man in 10 seeks help.
The service is available at 300 Tesco pharmacies across the UK. At the moment only Boots offer a similar service for which they charge £55 for just four tablets.
Tesco’s service is available to men aged between 40 and 65 years.
They will have to complete a questionnaire and we will then carry out a blood pressure test, diabetes screen and cholesterol test.
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