Viberect® Male Medical Device FDA Approved By Prescription Only.

When do men stop thinking about sex? The answer is never. So you knew this was coming. It was only a matter of time before the FDA approved the very first hand held male medical device. It's called Viberect® and it's advertised as the first hand-held, non-pharmaceutical device to help men with moderate erectile dysfunction, poor maintenance and rigidity, or spinal chord injuries achieve successful erection and ejaculation at home.

I mean, come on. Give me a break. You give the FDA an inch and they take a foot. First cigarettes, now this?   The company says it's not a sex toy.  It's a medical device.  What business does the FDA have regulating the male orgasm? I can just imagine these researchers   sifting through the data and having long and hard discussions about Viberect and what it means for public policy.  Heck, I bet they were a  bunch of old men sitting at a bar on the taxpayer's dime, downing a couple of stiff drinks, making decisions about how to stroke the coals of controversy. Perhaps they reviewed some head to head trials and decided it was time to pump a little satisfaction back into the lives of our elderly men and women.  

It's available by prescription only and I suppose that's only fair. If women get breast reconstruction after cancer surgery paid for why shouldn't a man with erectile dysfunction after prostate surgery get a male vibrating device paid for with Medicare dollars. How much is Viberect® going to cost?  The company's website says the price is about $300 plus $19.95 for shipping and handling.  I don't know about you, but I don't want anyone in the warehouse handling my medical device.    But if it's paid for by Medicare, I suppose it will cost whatever they say it will cost.  You know, Medicare is going broke, but at least our senior citizens are going to have have a blast right up to the very end.  As a bonus, this male helper is made in the good 'ol USA. Man, it sure is nice to see manufacturing coming home to supply our men with jobs. Maybe these are the types of jobs Obama meant when he signed up to be President.



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