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“Book Club” Movie Covers Spanking, Bondage and Viagra

“Book Club” Movie Covers Spanking, Bondage and Viagra

Although it’s not an inevitable part of aging, erectile dysfunction (ED) is more common among older men. So, it makes sense that Jane Fonda’s new movie about dating and sex later in life includes issues about Viagra.

Love, sex and Viagra

“Book Club” takes a cue from the Fifty Shades of Grey series, tackling bondage, spanking, and Viagra with humor and plenty of famous faces. Diane Keaton, Mary Steenburgen, and Candice Bergen round out Fonda’s cast of friends, with Don Johnson and Andy Garcia playing love interests.

In one scene, Mary Steenburgen and her husband, played by Craig T. Nelson, get pulled over after she puts Viagra in his drink. Once the female police officer spots his erection and realizes why he didn’t want to get out of the car, she tells him—and then, his wife—to enjoy their night.

While erectile dysfunction in real life might not feel that funny, Viagra makes for some great comedy in this movie.

Viagra in real life

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No man wants to experience erectile dysfunction and talking about it can feel like salt in the wound. But there are some very convincing arguments for talking to your healthcare provider about erectile dysfunction.

First, and foremost, you can get Viagra, which works for more than 80% of men. It’s only available by prescription, which should give you the peace of mind knowing the Viagra safe and effective.

Second, you may be able to get to the root of your erectile dysfunction. In some cases, it’s as simple as going off another medication that causing the ED. For others, it may be that the erectile dysfunction is being caused by underlying health issues.

Finally, you’ll be able to talk to your doctor about health issues and other medications that can interact with Viagra. How else would you know that nitrates, for example, combined with Viagra or other erectile dysfunction drugs, can cause dangerous sudden decreases in blood pressure?

Make an appointment today to learn more about Viagra and get help for your erectile dysfunction.

 

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