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Lawyer Caught Prescribing Himself Viagra

Lawyer Caught Prescribing Himself Viagra

In March 2018, a Chapel Hill, North Carolina attorney was caught impersonating a doctor and trying to write himself a fake prescription for the erectile dysfunction drug Viagra.

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The 62-year-old allegedly called a local pharmacy to try to order the Viagra, but the doctor who he was impersonating found out and reported him to tan he police.

The man was charged with multiple felonies, including forgery of a prescription and identity theft, was given a $10,000 bond and was ordered to report to court a few days later. He was also charged with obtaining a prescription drug by fraud, which is a misdemeanor.

So, why would an attorney, who probably makes plenty of money, not just visit his medical provider to get a legitimate prescription for Viagra? Who knows. Perhaps he was embarrassed to talk about his erectile dysfunction.

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In addition to the fact that it’s illegal to impersonate a doctor and forge a prescription for Viagra, it’s also relatively easy to get a real prescription for the erectile dysfunction drug.

While some men worry that they’ll be embarrassed talking to their doctor about erectile dysfunction, it’s safer than trying to get fake Viagra off the Black Market.

Viagra is the No. 1 most counterfeited drug in the world and police raids have led to seizures of some pretty dangerous fake pills.

Reports have included such toxic ingredients as road paint, detergent, and even arsenic. Fake or unlicensed pills aren’t worth the risk. Even illegal pills that contain real Viagra can be dangerous because they contain unsafe amounts of the active ingredient. This is especially dangerous to men who take nitrates or “poppers,” as they can cause an unsafe drop in blood pressure.

Your best bet is to get a prescription from your doctor for FDA-approved, legal Viagra. You’ll know you’re getting pure and safe ingredients.

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