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The real question is.....

....could you hang your bath towel on it? :eektf:

No doubt about it, but my head hurt so bad I didn't care!:(

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I recently tried a sample of Levitra my Urologist gave me (10MG) which he said is the standard "starter" dose. (It comes in 5MG 10MG and 25MG). Well I took the pill and had something stand at attention better than it did when I was 25 years younger! I was at full salute if you know what I mean! Anyway, while this may seem like a good thing I proceeded to get the worst headache I have ever had, my heart starting beating almost out of my chest and I thought my weiner was going to pop like a pork sausage left on a grill too long! :eektf:

Hey OldFan, I'm giving this thread a 5 star just for that line.:rofl:

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I'll get blasted by this, because this is mainly a man's board...but this is my reaction to the availability of male erection drugs.

It's not an issue for me, but for my gender.

Unfortunately, there are still health insurance companies out there that don't offer certain health care coverage specific to women's interest - namely, birth control pills.

Yes, it's 2010 and it's still ri dic ulous for women not to have their insurance companies pay for birth control. :confused:


Erections Get Insurance; Why Not the Pill?

Women See Progress in Getting Birth Control Covered by Health Insurance

http://abcnews.go.com/US/story?id=91538 (yes, I realize it's an older report, but they're still having problems today with their insurance companies covering them).

Yea, I get it, that for older (and occassionly younger) men, it's very important to be able to perform when you want to...refer to my thread from a few days ago about men, love and sex.

Obviously, men need to show some caution when thinking about using drugs, of this nature, and no, I'm not unsympathetic to your bad reaction, btw.

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