The singer doesn't think young studs need to take the drug


Peter Andre has warned fans against taking Viagra to improve their sexual performance after Made In Chelsea‘s Spencer Matthews admitted to trying it.

The singer, 40, doesn’t think youngsters should attempt to increase their libidos with the tablet, which is used medically to treat erectile dysfunction.

‘Now when the drug first came out, I think everyone was curious to experiment with it to find out if it actually worked,’ says Peter.

‘But what the young generation don’t realise – and I include myself in the young generation – is that unless you have a diagnosed medical condition that causes problems in that area, we don’t need it.’

Dad-of-two Peter – whose girlfriend Emily MacDonagh is expecting their first baby together – has previously described himself as a ‘hot-blooded guy’ with ‘needs’.

But he won’t reveal whether he’s ever tried Viagra himself.

‘I’m sure a lot of men have dabbled with it, but did I?’ says Peter.

‘Well, a gentleman never tells.’

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