ARE you worried things aren't standing up like they should in the bedroom?
This new test will tell you how healthy your erection is - and whether you need help down there.
Around one in five British blokes suffer from erectile dysfunction, with the problem more likely with age.
Despite it being a common problem some 45 per cent of men are too afraid to ask for help, according to new research from Lloyds Pharmacy.
Experts asked 1,000 men about their problems down there and discovered 59 per cent of Brit blokes have struggled to get an erection at some point in their lives while 26 per cent have erectile problems every time hey have sex.
Nearly half of men admitted to having sex with a semi erect penis and 32 per cent have less, or no, sex because of problems in the bedroom.
To help men test if their erection is healthy Lloyds Pharmacy has developed a 60 online erection check.
To take the test you simply need to answer seven questions about your sex life and at the end you will be given a score on how healthy your erections are.
If you score badly, you will be offered a link to a free online consultation to help you end your sexual woes.
The condition is sometimes referred to as impotence and is characterised by the inability to get or maintain an erection.
It can be either a psychological or physical problem.
Psychological impotence refers to when a man can't get it up because of thoughts or feelings that are holding him back.
When impotence is caused by underlying physical health problems it tends to be longer-lasting and treatment is needed.
A physical cause is also likely to cause some psychological damage, so therapy will likely be needed in both cases.
LloydsPharmacy online doctor Kieran Seyan said: “Having the ability to achieve and maintain an erection is extremely important for men – both physically and mentally.
“When men experience a problem it can be really difficult to talk about not only with a health professional but also with their partners, which can often cause relationships to suffer.
“Erectile dysfunction is more common than many men realise and I would encourage anyone with concerns to get the help they need as the issues they are experiencing could be linked to other health conditions which are often treatable.
“It is definitely not something men should feel ashamed of and the more we can encourage people to talk about the topic the easier it will become for people to seek support.
Dr Seyan said the condition is sometimes a sign of a more serious, underlying condition and encouraged all men to get checked.
"Erectile dysfunction can be a sign of a more serious health condition such as high blood pressure, prostate problems and type 2 diabetes, amongst others," he added.
"These are more common over the age of 40 and it is important to be tested for these conditions.
"In younger men, psychological causes such as anxiety or depression are usually more common, and men should seek help for these conditions as well – improving mental health will often help improve erectile problems in these cases.
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"No matter what your age, if you are experiencing erection issues then you should seek support from a healthcare professional."
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