Tempe spray,the new Viagra for men

Tempe spray,the new Viagra for men

It takes about five minutes to get to work, but those who do not wish to give away their secret will be pleased to know it can be sprayed on up to two hours before sex.

Tempe contains low doses of two anaesthetics which help give a man more control, without creating an uncomfortable numbing sensation.

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it is hoped the spray, called Tempe, which could be on sale within months, will be cheap enough for prescription on the NHS.

In trials, some men using the spray ahead of sex lasted up to eight times longer. But the drug is generally thought to treble a man’s ‘staying power’.

Dr Wyllie, formerly of pharmaceutical giant Pfizer and now chief scientific officer of British biotech firm Plethora Solutions, calls Tempe his ‘new Viagra’.

the spray-on medication, designed to prolong the joy of sex for millions of sufferers and their partners, is likely to become ‘the next blockbuster’ drug.

A pocket-sized can will last a  year, if a man has sex five or six times a month.

The average European man has staying power of six minutes, said Dr John Dean, an expert who helped run the trials. The drug is aimed at those who struggle to last a minute and is not thought to provide much extra time to those who do not have a problem.

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Plethora Solutions is confident its application for a licence to sell Tempe across Europe will be approved, meaning the drug could be on sale by autumn next year. Dr Wyllie, who is also assistant editor of the British Journal of Urology, said: ‘It could be the next blockbuster, the potential is enormous.’

 

With sales of Viagra and similar pills worth £2.5billion a year globally, there are billions of pounds to be made.


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