Viagra link to holding back dementia claim challenged, apparently again, say old people

Updated: Dec 8, 2021


Reports in an American medical journal have suggested that Viagra administered daily can reduce or even prevent the onset of dementia. Critics pointed out that the study didn't actually show any causal links and that the study was purely observational. 'You might call it "just" observational,' said one of the study authors, 'but for me, the Viagra users stood out a mile.'


Other experts doubt the study will lead to increased Viagra use. 'They might remember longer, but will be sh@gged out, literally by the time they are Seventy. Where's the quality of life then?' he asked. To be fair, he admitted to being married so didn't really have anything to base his opinion on.


Another expert pointed out the method of measuring things like appointments was skewed by the habit of Viagra users in the study to tie a hanky on their c*cks. 'To be fair, the hanky came in useful for most of them even if they didn't realise what it was there for,' he said today.


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