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Friday, 6 May 2011

Europe allows Viagra for children


The usage of Viagra has been approved as a form of treatment for children aged 1-17 in Europe;

The drug Viagra

Pfizer, a European drugmaker has announced that the European commission has now approved for children. But don't worry it's not for what you are most likely thinking, it is to help treat a rare and deadly lung condition.

Revatio has already been approved in Europe with the treatment  for adults with what's called pulmonary arterial hypertension, or high blood pressure in lung arteries. It can now be given to children aged 1 to 17.

Let's just hope this isn't going to be a take home drug for every day use, i'm sure that could potentially cause embarrassment for the younger patients prescribed with Revatio.

56 comments:

  1. Viagra for children? Interesting. I have some spam emails with good offers :)

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  2. waw, you get cured AND you get a boner pretty nice

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  3. All it does is increase blood flow, makes sense

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  4. AWESOME! Tons of lulz for children detected! :D

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  5. I can't believe this, from age 1?!

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  6. nice find. Viagra for children thats just crazy..

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  7. ...Not even sure what to think, Is viagra really the best drug to help them? Imagine you had to take one in class to help? How the f$%& would you hide the boner?

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  8. well if it works, nobodies going to be against it..

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  9. for children? In Europe? Why?

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  10. I don't see how it treats the lung condition...

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  11. why!?....anyways, interesting found

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  12. Top Gear - special over the Andes!

    Condoms, lube and viagra saved them

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  13. Lol that's weird, but if it works than I guess use it, just be careful if side effects xD

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  14. lmao, I was a bit skeptical when i read the title, but sounds good

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  15. Wow, did not see that coming.

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  16. I've heard of it "able" to treat conditions but I'm surprised they're actually using it for that!

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  17. This is why I love medicine, it is like the create a drug, and THEN find uses for it. "Hey guys, lets make a drug that increases blood flow. What could that be used for?" "I dunno. Boners and Children's Diseases?"
    My question is has it been approved for adults to treat these conditions? Probably, but just sayin.

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  18. Wow, this is some weird news! Pulmonary blood flow...

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  19. A rare and deadly lung condition? That's... weird.

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  20. next it will be "breast augments for young boys with feet problems"

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  21. What can 1 year olds possibly do with Viagra? That is really weird...

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  22. The thought of little Timmy walking around the playground with a stiff made me vomit a little bit.

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  23. Wonder how many kids will misuse the drug knowing what it does?

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  24. I don't even know how to respond to this.

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  25. why would they even want kids to use viagra? o.0

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  26. What?! Lol... World is weired...

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  27. what the fuck. why would a child need it

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  28. Interesting...why would it fix a lung issue though

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  29. Well, that's good for heart problems and such!

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  30. 1-17??? Wouldn't it cause some troubles on the older ones?

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  31. I suppose if your child was about to die you would use anything with a remote chance of helping.

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  32. This will only start a new kind of illegal spread of the drugs

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  33. Oh dear... how potentially embarrassing. Still, if it could save a life I suppose...

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  34. This can save hundreds of thousands but I fear for the kids that have to take their script of Viagra at school..

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  35. Interesting I didn't think it'd have a use like for the one it will be used in Europe. Still cool, hopefully they're aren't a bunch of, "excited" kids running around!

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  36. weird, but i knew one girl who was taking viagra becouse of heart problems

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  37. lol "i can breathe again!!!! but now i have a raging hardon!!!! >,<"

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  38. 5year olds with permaboner

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  39. That's pretty messed up man, kids shouldn't be given viagra.

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  40. Yeesh. Well hopefully this decision helps some people.

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  41. this post still makes me laugh

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  42. Yeesh, hopefully this helps some people.

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  43. Will that help? Surely it'll just stiffen their chests? :D

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  44. great fat 6 year olds running around with boners haha

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  45. They should re-package it as another brand but the same drug. Sure enough when the children get old enough to know what a gold mine they are on (think dexis/ritalin) they will start selling it on street corners to old dudes

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  46. actually interesting story about viagra, it was originally intended to help decrease blood pressure, but they noticed that in male test subjects, it had an interesting side effect, so they turned it into an ED drug

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