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Condom manufacturer Durex has invented what many in the media are calling the Viagra Condom. Although the Durex Viagra Condom is officially referred to as the CSD500, the nickname Viagra Condom has come about due to the condom’s ability to give wearers effects similar to those who take Viagra.

The Durex Viagra Condom has a special gel inside of it that increases blood flow to the penis, increasing erection quality. The Durex Viagra Condom is currently seeking approval in Britain and, if approved, could be hitting the States sometime very soon.

I am hard-pressed to think of a man who wouldn’t love the Durex Viagra Condom. It makes you go hard without having to fear going home early. Seriously, though, a condom like this will go a long way in encouraging people to practice safe sex. Even if you can’t feel anything, you will still be performing like a champ, and you will be safe while doing it.

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Durex’s new “Viagra in a condom” helps put lead in your pencil

Has Durex finally come up with the magic, prophylactic bullet? Trojan's whipping boy, which only commands six-to-eight percent of the U.S. over-the-counter condom market, needed to goose sales, and they just might be onto something with their new erection-enhancing condom. known as the CSD500, that contains a dose of Zanifil gel in the tip.

The gel, or "erectogenic compound," from U.K. drugmaker Futura, is based on the chemical nitroglycerin, and boosts blood flow in the penis (and hopefully bedroom spirits). Zanifil also uses a patented delivery system that allows medicine to rapidly permeate the skin.

As Daniel Mahony, a hedge-fund manager at London's Polar Capital (who owns shares of Futura), put it, "It's essentially Viagra in a condom." And as if that weren't enough, Futura is also working on a topical spray that helps delay ejaculation, due to hit U.S. stores next year. Better living through chemistry indeed!

The Zanifil condoms, which won't require a doctor's prescription, are cleared for sale in twenty-nine countries, and are expected to hit shelves in Europe next year. The biggest growth prospects are thought to lie in the U.S. where the condom's partners are "exploring the approval process." According to Futura's CEO, James Barder, the main reason the product isn't available yet is due to a marketing-sensitivity issue. Since forty percent of condoms are purchased by women, it's crucial that marketing materials successfully finesse differing gender attitudes towards sex. Barder explained:

"If the packaging says it will give you a bigger penis, and a woman gives it to a man, it might cause a reaction, like, 'What, you're saying my penis is small?' This area does have sensitivities. Positioning is critical."

By David W Freeman CBS News April 21, 2011, 10:25 AM

New «Viagra condoms:» Do they really work?

Whether you use condoms may rest, in part, on your age and ethnic group. When it comes to vaginal intercourse, Caucasians reported using them less than African-Americans and Hispanics. But overall, teens seem to be getting the safe sex message, especially males. Seventy-nine percent of young men between 14 and 17 said they used condoms. That was 21 percentage points higher than than their female counterparts.People over 40 have the lowest rates of condom use and it declines rapidly with age. Only 5 percent of men over 60 years old are using them.Older people may be less concerned about pregnancy. They may also be in need of remedial education about sexually transmitted diseases.

(CBS) Plain-old condoms could soon be in for some stiff competition — in the form of new erection-enhancing prophylactics some are calling «Viagra condoms.»

The condoms contain a gel designed to help men maintain a firm erection, the Wall Street Journal reported. Some men have trouble maintaining an erection while using condoms, and that can cause condoms to slip off — raising the risk not only of unwanted pregnancy but also of catching or spreading a sexually transmitted disease.

In addition to helping men preserve their erections, the company behind the condoms says they make erections bigger, the Daily Mail reported .

The gel works by boosting blood flow to the penis, KDFW TV reported. It’s similar to a drug used to treat the heart condition angina. But are the condoms a good idea — or just a marketing gimmick?

Dr. Irwin Goldstein. a sexual medicine expert in San Diego and editor-in-chief of the Journal of Sexual Medicine. told CBS News in an email that erection-enhancing condoms are an «interesting» and «novel» idea. But, he said, they «will have to be proven to be safe and effective compared to oral PDE 5 inhibitors,» a reference to Viagra and similar medications for erectile dysfunction.

And, Goldstein said, it would be important to make sure that «the drug does not pass from the condom to the woman.»

The technology has been licensed to the company that owns the condom brand Durex, and regulators in Europe are coming close to approval of the condoms there, Portfolio.com reported .

Calls to the company’s U.S. headquarters went unanswered in time for this article. No word on when, or if, the condoms will be coming to the U.S.

© 2011 CBS Interactive Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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