Viagra. Safe after 80

Every man knows “Playboy” magazine. But did you hear something about its owner.

His name is Hugh Hefner. He is 81 years old. End now he tells that his life has never been better than it is right now, the last half dozen years have been better than ever. I think not many persons may tell the same. Hugh lives with three, stunning blonde babes as his live-in girlfriends.

Thanks to Viagra, his life is so good, in fact, that despite a deep personal dislike of reality television, in all its forms, Hefner agreed to allow cameras into his home to film a series called Girls Of The Playboy Mansion – so we could all share his joy.
I don’t understand why Pfizer doesn’t use Hefner as Viagra’s ad. They try to put some Elvis in Viagra’s ad (Viva Viagra) but I think just telling Hefner’s story could be enough to double Viagra sales. A man after 80 satisfies 3 young girls – isn’t it amazing story. What we have got instead: Pfizer tries to present its ED pill as a party time drug.
Viagra was patented as the first erectile dysfunction medicine in 1996 by Pfizer Inc. After approval by the Food and Drug Administration in 1998, it was the first in the United States. For two years (1999-2001) sales exceeded $1 billion. Credibility was lent to the drug with ad campaigns featuring such people as Bob Dole.
In 2003, two other drugs were released. Cialis, by Eli Lilly & Company, and Levitra, from Bayer AG, were in competition for those suffering from erectile dysfunction. Lilly estimates that Cialis will be number one ED pill outside the USA this December. Pfizer answered with a change to their ad campaign. The FDA sent Pfizer a letter warning that the ad featuring a middle-age man sporting a grin and devil horns did not contain enough information concerning the side effects and risks with Viagra. When the warning letter went public, Pfizer pulled the ads.
Unfortunately, as far as Viagra is concerned, what happens in Vegas may NOT stay in Vegas when the use of Viagra as a party drug is encouraged with irresponsible ads like this-there is a real possibility of increased STD and HIV exposure a result of Pfizer’s encourage men to the reckless use of its ED drug, Viagra.