Saturday, April 21, 2007

Ask Your Doctor If Cialis Is Right For You.

I have a confession to make: I have E.D.

I know this, because the commercial for Cialis tells me it can happen to anyone. I'm someone, and I've never been able to generate an erection, ergo...E.D.

I've also determined that I have Autism, ADHD, Feline Leukemia, and the Heartbreak of Psoriasis. I have social anxiety, thinning bones, and the inability to produce red cells from my cancer treatment. That's the great thing about pharmaceutical companies...they're willing to diagnose us via TV, and urge us to "ask our doctor."

But my doctor is much too conservative. He won't give me the uppers and downers and side-to-siders required for my debilitating conditions. Therefore I have to seek solace in beer, power tools, and cheap women.

Luckily, that's working for me so far. But when the feline leukemia flares up, I'm really going to need the erythropoitin.

1 comment:

Strawn said...

A hard and rigid erection is necessary for penetrative sexual intercourse and this can be attained by erectile dysfunction patients if they opt for anti-impotence drugs like Viagra and Cialis. What is better about the working of Cialis is that it remains effective up to 36 hours after its administration.