Erectile enhancing drugs: now by mouth, soon by hand
By Noah Michelson
Seeing as taking Viagra may result in unwanted flatulence, toothaches, U-shaped members, and even death, scientists have developed a new erectile enhancer that is rubbed directly onto the skin and reportedly causes less side effects than the (in)famous little blue pill.
According to the UK Telegraph, American scientists at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine tested the new technique, which utilizes nanoparticle technology, on seven rats, five of which showed signs of arousal.
Researchers believe the topical drug will not only cause less side effects than its oral counterpart, but will also start working its magic significantly sooner which means less waiting for your willy to wooden and more fun for everyone.
Previously > Viagra does a body ... bad?
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