Worse than insulin and conserta
Originally Posted by http://www.realfarmacy.com/viagra-overdose-forces-man-to-have-his-penis-amputated/
A Colombian man recently experienced the ultimate strike to his manhood following an overdose with the popular erectile dysfunction drug Viagra (sildenafil citrate). According to Colombia’s La Nacion newspaper, 66-year-old Gentil Ramirez Polania had to have his entire penis surgically removed after the little blue pill caused him to experience a constant erection that lasted several days.
Polania was apparently trying to impress his new girlfriend when he purposely overdosed on Viagra, severely damaging his genitalia in the process. The U.K.’s Independent explains that, when Polania eventually went to the hospital about his abnormal erection and corresponding pain, doctors told him that his penis was inflamed and fractured, and showed signs of gangrene. So in order to prevent the disease from spreading, doctors decided there was no other choice but to amputate Polania’s penis.
Viagra became popular in late 90s among fornicators when Bill Clinton used it for his adultery with Monica Lewinsky. The Big Pharma marketed "erectile dysfunction" as a profitable disease, and millions of men worldwide put their manhood at stake.
But whoso committeth adultery with a woman lacketh understanding: he that doeth it destroyeth his own soul
The truth is that so called "erectile dysfunction" is not a disease at all, it is an intelligently designed mechanism of the male body to reduce the risk of fornication with other men, children, animals, inanimate objects and ugly women (including but not limited to anorexics, fat chicks, short-haired dykes and smelly hippies).
The big pharma watchdog, Christian Commission on Human Rights, has taken its commitment to inform and protect the public on big pharma lies and Obamacare. The only legitimate reason to suppress erectile "dysfunction" is when conducting corrective rape, in which the combination of short hair and smell is more than enough to shut down the conversion tool.