What would you do with a 12-hour erection???

Now that’s what I call being stuck between a rock and a hard place!

If you’re a guy with pre-diabetes — and you’ve been watching your blood sugar numbers creep up for years — Big Pharma has a solution that will scare the pants off of you.

And I mean that literally!

A new study is claiming that massive doses of Viagra — that little blue sex in a pill — could keep you from developing a full-blown case of diabetes.

It’s a ridiculous scheme designed to make Pfizer its next billion. But it could leave countless guys struggling with serious and long-term side effects.

Including one big one that nobody seems ready to talk about.

Pants on fire
I’ve got to give it to the folks at Vanderbilt University. Because the idea of lowering blood sugar by turning guys into sex machines never occurred to me.

Or to most rationally thinking people for that matter.

But make no mistake about it. That’s exactly what they’re up to here.

In a newly published study, researchers are claiming that pre-diabetic and overweight men who load up on Viagra could notice their blood sugar dropping in just a few short months.

But trust me — there’s plenty more you’re going to be noticing, too. Starting with the light saber that’ll be constantly poking out from your pants.

You see, most guys who take Viagra may just pop a couple of pills a month. But just to get a little improvement in your blood sugar, these researchers want you to take a dose that would make Hugh Hefner blush!

Believe it or not, the guys in the study were taking Viagra three times a day! That’s enough to put Secretariat back out to stud again — and he’s been dead for 26 years!

And if being constantly aroused seems like a crazy way to beat diabetes, well, you ain’t seen nothing yet.

The study’s lead author said Viagra could be a promising treatment for guys with pre-diabetes because lots of diabetes meds can damage your heart and kidneys.

You’ve got to be kidding me! Maybe she should start reading up on Viagra before she hands it out to her next batch of volunteers.

Guys have been suffering from heart problems and dangerous drops in blood pressure — especially if they take nitrates — practically since the day Viagra hit the market. And it says right on the label that you should let your doctor know if you have kidney problems.

Even worse, if you don’t already have diabetes, Viagra just may end up giving you a sneak preview. That’s because some of the side effects that come with the drug include:

  • Chronic nausea
  • Vision loss
  • Muscle pain and
  • Heart disease!

That’s like a murderer’s row of the worst complications of type 2 diabetes!

But let’s face it. Getting guys with high blood sugar hooked on Viagra doesn’t have a thing to do with preventing diabetes — it’s a cash grab, plain and simple.

When Viagra was approved in 1998, it was one of the fastest selling drugs in history. It raked in a billion dollars in its first year alone.

But lately Viagra has been facing stiff (sorry, I couldn’t resist) competition from other drugs like Cialis.

If Pfizer can get millions of new — and younger — guys taking Viagra, it stands to make a fortune. And it won’t be long before its army of sales reps are out trying to convince docs to make “off-label” prescriptions for Viagra to treat high blood sugar.

Big Pharma is trying to hit the lottery twice, even though we all know that simple diet and lifestyle changes are usually enough to keep pre-diabetes from advancing.

So if some doc starts promising that the little blue pill can be the answer to your blood sugar woes, just remember you could be in for some hard times ahead.

In more ways than one.

Sources:

“Viagra may help prevent type 2 diabetes” Newsmax, November 19, 2015, newsmax.com

“Scientists discover Viagra could stop you getting type 2 diabetes” Andrew Gregory, November 18, 2015, Mirror, mirror.co.uk