This book steers clear of medical jargon and magic potions. It covers treatments for impotence, looking at devices such as pumps, new drugs including Viagra, pelvic floor exercises and the ‘food of love’ diet. A new section examines aphrodisiacs – which ones may help and which should be avoided. There are also details of where to go for help, with contact names, addresses and phone numbers.
Start to fight with impotence naturally!
We’re delighted that Oliver Gillie, former medical correspondent of the Sunday Times and medical editor of The Independent, has written such an accessible book for us. Impotence affects one in ten men and although it has a higher profile these days, it’s still considered to be an embarrassing affliction by many. Untreated, it can seriously damage relationships and marriages. Yet as Oliver Gillie demonstrates in this book, impotence can be cured. As a reviewer comments: \\\\\\\"A major ingredient is the inspiration of optimism…the author’s understated, practical approach goes a long way towards achieving this positive state of mind.