Hey, men! Looking for a way to ruin your sex life and become infertile? Try Propecia or Proscar, two drugs from the vaccine giant Merck, whose top vaccine scientist Dr. Maurice Hilleman already admitted that Merck’s vaccines contained “stealth viruses” that cause cancer (http://www.naturalnews.com/033584_Dr_Maurice_Hilleman_SV40.html).
Now, the FDA is finally — after years of delays and denials — calling for new warnings on the labels of male baldness drugs made by Merck. According to the FDA, Propecia and Proscar are now linked to:
• Ejaculation disorders (oops!)
• Libido disorders (not tonight, honey)
• Orgasm disorders (still nothing?)
• Erectile dysfunction (life is hard, but you’re not)
• Male infertility (you’re firing blanks, dude…)
And the best part about these male baldness drugs? These effects continue even after you stop using the drugs!
The downward spiral of going soft on life
So let’s see: A guy starts to go bald and thinks his male virility is slowly slipping away, but at least he can still get erections without pills, he thinks to himself. So he reaches for Propecia or Proscar to solve his male baldness problem. But a month later, he might have another tuft of hair on his head, but his manhood has gone soft. And five months down the road, he’s got so much hair that “chicks are digging me!” but in bed he’s softer than a baseball bat made of Jell-O.
Ah, but wait — there’s another pill for that, too! So the guy starts popping Viagra to give himself an erection which barely even works because blood flow to his member has been reduced by his baldness drug.
So now just to “get laid” as some guys like to crudely describe it, he’s got to pop one pill to have hair, another pill to have an erection, and the thought of it all makes him so depressed that he soon finds himself popping SSRI antidepressant drugs just to keep from crying like a baby during his morning shower. So now he’s a total pill freak who doesn’t realize the real root of the problem is not his biochemistry but far more likely his personalityand priorities.