According to several studies, young Arab men have been increasingly using drugs such as sildenafil (known commercially as Viagra), vardenafil (Levitra, Staxyn), and tadalafil (Cialis).

Despite the evidence, perhaps unsurprisingly most young men the BBC spoke to on the streets of Egypt and Bahrain denied using medicine for erectile problems or even knowing of them. Some even refused to talk about the issue in the first place, as they deemed it “contrary to the morals of society”.

In fact, according to a 2012 study Egypt was the second highest consumer of anti-impotence drugs per capita in the Arab world. Saudi Arabia topped the list.

Al-Riyadh, the Saudi newspaper which published the report, estimated at the time that Saudis spent $1.5bn (£1.23bn; €1.43bn at today’s exchange rate) annually on sexual enhancement pills. Saudi Arabia’s consumption was about 10 times higher than that of Russia, whose population was then five times larger, it said.
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