HENDERSONVILLE, N.C. -- A local doctor says male enhancement supplements may be more effective in patients' minds than in reality.
Scott Donaldson is a urologist in Hendersonville. He has researched male enhancement pills and questions their total effectiveness.
He also points out that FDA approved drugs to treat erectile dysfunction may seem more effective than they really are.
"If you look at the Viagra studies, it's only 20 percent better than placebo," Donaldson said. "So there's a lot to be said about the power of placebo."
However, Donaldson says if a patient takes a drug that is not harmful and feels more confident about his situation -- then there's probably no harm, even if the drug actually is not doing any good.
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