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Lawsuit Against Viagra

In the recent past there has been a lawsuit against Viagra, Cialis and Levitra. These three brands, when used, cause the unwanted effects of premature ejaculation in men who use them for an extended period of time. The basic ingredient in Viagra, Cialis and Levitra is lofexidine. Other ingredients in these drugs are sildenafil, and virility enhancement pills likewyndrox, and vardenafil.

Lawsuit Against Viagra

If you read the medical literature, you will learn that Viagra, Cialis and Levitra when taken before sexual intercourse can help prolong orgasms, thus increasing sexual pleasure. The reason why these drugs work for men is because they contain ingredients that help block ejaculation in men. The three brand names mentioned above all contain this ingredient known as L-betonicine. Viagra, Cialis and Levitra when used together effectively lengthen the time it takes to ejaculate. They also increase the amount of semen that is produced by the seminal vesicles, which contain a hormone responsible for ejaculation.

According to the legal complaint filed in a U.S. District Court in January of this year, “juries to date have ranged from minor to debilitating.”

The plaintiffs are asking for compensation for “past and present” injuries they sustained as a result of using Viagra, Cialis and Levitra. A male enhancement drug is a combination of pharmaceutical and non-pharmaceutical ingredients that can be found in various ointments, creams, gels and pills. There have been many lawsuits over the years over similar products.

The plaintiffs claim that Viagra, Cialis and Levitra when used led to serious medical problems that have been leading to chronic illnesses and even death.

The sexual problems began shortly after Viagra was introduced into the market. Many men began to report having impotency issues, erectile dysfunction and loss of erection when taking the drugs. Some men began to lose interest in sex, while others became so distressed that they committed suicide. This lawsuit is different from the majority of sexual harassment lawsuits because it seeks damages for damages to actual damages. What is being sought in this lawsuit is an amount of over $75 million.

So far the company has not faced any charges of sexual harassment in the United States. The complaint states that the three main manufacturers of Viagra, Cialis and Levitra knew about the negative side effects associated with their drugs. They continued to produce the drugs knowing that the sexual problems caused by their product would persist. The lawsuit further claims that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) was aware of the negative consequences prior to approving Viagra, Cialis and Levitra for sale. The FDA failed to protect American consumers from the harmful side effects of Viagra, Cialis and Levitra. This led to the lawsuit.

The plaintiffs are asking for monetary damages based on the injuries caused by Viagra, Cialis and Levitra.

They also claim to have been permanently damaged as a result of their sexual injuries, which include permanent vaginal dryness, decreased libido, severe depression and anxiety, and fear of going through sexual activity again. Men who have lost their ability to engage in sexual intercourse are also eligible to receive compensation.

This lawsuit comes at a time when Viagra is facing fierce criticism from sexual abuse victims and their families.

Viagra is now facing recall hearings in several countries where citizens are concerned about the possible side-effects of Viagra. The drug was introduced just ahead of World AIDS Day in December.

The lawsuit filed in Florida does not seek damages for past or present injuries. Rather, the lawsuit is directed at ensuring that Viagra does not lead to other health problems that could affect men in the future. Attorneys representing the plaintiffs argue that Viagra and similar drugs, such as Cialis, Elavil and Levitra, should be regulated in a manner similar to the regulation placed on tobacco and alcohol. They also claim that since Viagra and similar drugs have become a staple of sexual medicine, they have a duty to warn consumers of the potential risks associated with their use.

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