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Vesele Experience Marketing Survey

Method

Surveys were given at initiation of trial, midpoint and conclusion. Half of the participants who completed the trial participated for 4 months. Those remaining who completed the trial participated for 1 to 2 months. For those individuals, surveys were administered at initiation and conclusion of the trial.

A five-point satisfaction scale was used. Satisfaction was summarized by combining scores from Mostly Satisfied, Satisfied, and Very Satisfied. Dissatisfaction was summarized using results from Dissatisfied and Very Dissatisfied.

Subjects

152 individuals began the trial. 72, or 47% of participants completed the trial. This rate is in line with all drug and supplement compliance rates.

Gender

The ratio of Male to Female remained the same from enrollment to completion. (45% Men; 55% Women)

Age

Over 50% of participants who completed the trial were between the ages of 40-59. Over 70% were age 40 and older. This was true at baseline as well.

 

Highlights of Results

Sexual Health

(“pts” represents change in percentage points)

At Baseline, the majority of men (51.5%) and a large percentage of women (44.4%) were dissatisfied with their Overall Sexual Health.

  • Men Final: Majority (88%) were satisfied with their Overall Sexual Health by the end of the trial. – 139 pts

At Baseline, most men (55.1%) and most women (62.2%) were dissatisfied with the frequency of intercourse with their partner.

  • Men Final: 79.4% reported satisfaction with frequency – 134.5 pts
  • Women Final: 57.4% reported satisfaction with frequency – 119.6 pts

At Baseline, the majority of men (52.1%) and most women (79.5%) were dissatisfied with their Libido. 50.6% of women reported they were Very Dissatisfied at Baseline.

  • Men Final: 74.4% reported satisfaction with Libido.
  • Women Final: 51.1% reported to still be dissatisfied with their Libido; however, this is a decrease in dissatisfaction. Only 14.9% reported they were still Very Dissatisfied. That is an increase in satisfaction of 36 percentage points.
  • While men also experienced a substantial increase in Libido, this is one of the biggest complaints in Women’s Sexual Health.

At Baseline, the majority of men (53.6%) were satisfied with their Ability to be Aroused; however, that leaves 46.3% of men dissatisfied. The majority of women (67.4%) were dissatisfied with their Ability to be Aroused.

  • Men Final: 84.2% of men reported satisfaction in this area. Increase of ~30 percentage points!
  • Women Final: 60.9% reported satisfaction – though the degree of satisfaction varies, this is an improvement of 127 percentage points!. Only 39.1% reported dissatisfaction at the end of the trial.

At Baseline, the majority of men (63.8%) were dissatisfied with their Erection – Hardness.

  • Men Final: 85.7% were satisfied! That is an increase of 145 percentage points!

At Baseline, the majority of men (65.2%) were dissatisfied with their Erection – Ability to Maintain.

  • Men Final: 79.4% reported satisfaction! That is also an increase in 145 percentage points!

At Baseline, the majority of women (53.6%) were dissatisfied with their Lubrication.

  • Women Final: 76.5% reported satisfaction – increase in 130 percentage points.

At Baseline, 30.9% of men and most women (59.7%) were dissatisfied with their Ability to Reach Climax.

  • Men Final: 89% satisfied – increase of 119 percentage points.
  • Women Final: 54.5% were satisfied. – Increase of 114 percentage points.

At Baseline, the majority of men (55.9%) were dissatisfied with their Ability to Satisfy Partner Sexually.

  • Men Final: 83.3% were satisfied now. – Increase of 139 percentage points.

 


 

Brain Health

At Baseline, the majority of men (62.3%) and women (56.8%) were dissatisfied with their Recall of Words and Names.

  • Men Final: 81.1% reported satisfaction – an increase of 143 percentage points!
  • Women Final: 65.8% reported satisfaction – an increase of 123 percentage points.

 


 

Download Vesele Survey Results, Charts and Related Scientific Papers

Endothelial Dysfunction with ED
Role of Arginase in the Male and Female Sexual Arousal Response
Vesele Baseline Crosstab Gender
Vesele Survey Crosstabulated for gender
Vesele Summary of Findings

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