Viagra overdose after wedding lands man in trouble, goes under knife twice | Allahabad News

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PRIYAGRAJ: A 28-year-old man who took Viagra pills up to six to eight times the prescribed dose within three months of getting married had to undergo two surgeries to relieve a persistent and painful erection. The surgeries were performed by doctors from the Department of Urology at MLN Medical College, Prayagraj. Doctors said the man started taking Viagra at the suggestion of his friends and gradually increased his dose to six to eight times the prescribed limit. “He developed a condition called priapism, which is an unwanted persistent erection with progressively worsening pain. It can happen spontaneously or because of certain antidepressants or erectile dysfunction drugs,” said Dr Dilip Chaurasia of MLN Medical College, Prayagraj. Symptoms include an erection that lasts more than four hours or for several hours. When the man’s wife saw him in pain, she went to the doctors. A team of doctors led by Dr. Chaurasia examined the patient and decided to remove the erection. The first operation lasted more than an hour. After performing the first surgery, he was called after a two-month gap for penile prosthesis surgery, which was performed last Saturday, the doctor said. “Penile prosthesis surgery is a treatment option for men with erectile dysfunction. In this surgery, devices known as penile implants are placed in the male reproductive system to help men with erectile dysfunction achieve an erection,” he added. It was the first time such an operation was performed in Prayagraj, Dr Chaurasia said. “After the operation, the man will return to a happy married life and will also be able to become a father,” he added.

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