Glow in the dark condoms 'could revive ailing sex lives'
Scottish men looking to revive their ailing sex lives may wish to try and spruce up their intimate moments with products such as glow in the dark condoms.
According to a new survey to be presented at the Men's Health World Congress in Vienna, 50 per cent of males north of the border are dissatisfied with their between-the-sheets action.
Furthermore, fellas who are married or live with a partner are the least satisfied in the bedroom, the poll - which was based on the answers of 1,020 respondents - showed.
In addition, the study also revealed high numbers of guys do not feel comfortable talking to their doctor regarding sexual problems.
Dr Geoff Hackett, a GP and consultant in sexual medicine at Good Hope Hospital in Birmingham - which has a catchment population of 450,000 - noted the majority of men have never heard of Testosterone Deficiency Syndrome, adding: "We are calling on at-risk, symptomatic men, especially those over 50 years old with type 2 diabetes, to discuss their symptoms with their GP."