China is the Frontline for Male Impotence Medications
sprawling rural areas of china, the vast majority of the people continue to rely
on the herbal remedies that are the mainstay of traditional Chinese medicine.
Chinese sex pills. But the march of progress in
Over time, Chinese men have slowly but surely grown more enthusiastic about these drugs offer to those who suffer from erection problems. In 2013, the last full year in which Pfizer’s patent for Viagra was still in force in
With its vast market and a growing acceptance of drugs designed to treat impotence,
However, with a population of just under 1.4 billion in 2013,
As previously noted, Viagra is not the only brand-name impotence drug competing in the Chinese market. Also available to Chinese men with erection problems are Cialis, which had 2013 sales of $50 million in
Lower prices and home-produced products should encourage more of the estimated 127 million Chinese men with erection problems to seek treatment. As the market grows, the competition — both home-grown and international — to serve it can be expected to grow as well.
its 2013 sales of $145 million are a pretty good indication that Chinese men
were warming to Viagra, it had trouble gaining a foothold in the Chinese market
at first. At the 1999 approval review meeting for Viagra cialis Chinese
sex therapists said they feared sales of the drug in
the Chinese government gave its official approval for sales of Viagra after
medical researchers from