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Dynamite in Bed

Doctors have come up with a new solution to erectile dysfunction - an anti-impotence gel made with explosives.

A recent trial found rubbing a small amount of the new formula on a man's penis was seven out of 10 times likely to cure impotence.

It is made from nitroglycerine, an oily, colourless liquid that can spontaneously explode in large quantities.

The gel works more than 12 times faster than Viagra, releasing nitric oxide gas as it is rubbed in, which widens blood vessels and increase blood flow.

A study at University College Hospital in London and other centres around the country found that 44 per cent of men tested managed to achieve an erection after five minutes.

Out of the 220 tested, 70 per cent became aroused within 10 minutes.

In total, one in four men found significant improvements.

David Ralph, a consultant urologist, told The Sun: 'Potential advantages include potential for a fast action and ease of use.

'Their use could be incorporated into sexual foreplay, increasing the level of intimacy between couples.'

There were some mild side effects, including headaches, but doctors claim altering the ingredients slightly would ensure better results.

One in 10 men in the UK suffer from erectile dysfunction at some point in their lives.

Although drugs such as Viagra, Cialis and Levitra have revolutionised treatment in over the past decade, around 30 per cent of men who take them see no improvement.
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