Which Erectile Dysfunction Pill is Preferred By AccessRx Customers?
Compare Our Sales for Viagra, Cialis and Levitra
As you know, all men who suffer from Erectile Dysfunction (ED) are different, and so are the three FDA-approved medications that treat ED. Although choosing the right medication is an individual choice, we can provide you with resourceful information about which ED medications are most often prescribed and shipped through AccessRx.
We have provided AccessRx.com's annual percentage of sales statistics for the three FDA-approved ED medications below.
Sorry, we are unable to provide exact numbers for AccessRx's annual orders. However, we can tell you that they are in the tens of thousands. This is a very large sample of consumers, about 99 percent of whom reside throughout the United States. Trends
- Viagra's percentage of annual sales has declined about 5.5 percentage points since 2006, from 67.7 percent in 2006 to 62.2 percent in 2008.
- Cialis has essentially taken those sales directly from Viagra - increasing from 23.7 percent of total sales in 2006, to 28.0 percent in 2007, and to 29.7 percent in 2008. The reason for this may be that Cialis is considered "the weekend pill" because it lasts for 24-36 hours, as compared to Viagra's 4 hours.
- Levitra has essentially maintained 8 to 9 percent of the share of total sales on AccessRx.com since 2006.
AccessRx.com - Annual Sales of Erectile Dysfunction Pills by Percentage of Orders Shipped