Why Viagra Does Not Work | Compro Viagra | Best Pharmacy













































his parents without hesitancy. Of later years he compro viagra sought privacy though he still discussed it apparently un- abashed. At one time in my office I asked him to show me how he did it. Without shame or hesitancy he pro- ceeded to a demonstration which I stopped. His mother was unable to keep any pockets in his pants for he worked holes in them through which to reach the penis and would perform the act in this way without the unsuspecting observer detecting him in it. All methods the parents and various physicians could devise had been tried without avail. Even tying him down to the bed so that he could not move arms or lees did not prevent him from wriggling the body suffi- ciently to accomplish his end. The only way to prevent him was by constant watch day and night. For a year they sent him to the country to try absolute seclusion from suggestive surroundings such as the city with its children might afford. While there he why viagra does not work indulged his Oct. 9, 1915] MEDICAL RECORD. 609 habit as before, even appropriating the chickens to the accomplishment of his end. The usual medical treat- ment gave no results. Suggestion failed. Detention in a private sanitarium in compro viagra Santa Clara, Cat, brought no improvement. The superintendent of the insane asylum at Agnevi', Cal., tried various preventive me- chanical appliances and local irritants to stop the habit. The superintendent of the State School at Whittier, Cal., advised circumcision and resection of the vas deferens. A Seattle physician also tried various me- chanical devises without success. The boy merely used the apparatus to rub against and accomplish his end. Kindness, punishment, including severe 'corporal pun- ishment, rewards, etc., have been entirely without effect. The Oregon State School for Feebleminded refused to take him unless he were circumcised and castrated. The father says the boy is a thoroughly good child and obeys in every particular except in reference to this fixed habit. He will not even promise not to do it any more. His only answer to such a request is "I do not know." In their extremity the parents appealed to the Juvenile Court for advice and help. The court having no moans of dealing with the boy referred him to the Society for Charities and Corrections, and they brought him to me. The boy was well nourished and yet underdeveloped, as stated above. He was nervous. Finger nails were bitten off close to the flesh. The foreskin was long and non-adherent. The parents testified to his being bright but he would not play as a child should. If told to build a block house he would build it mechanically in obedi- ence to commands but manifested no interest in build- ing it, tearing it compro viagra down and rebuilding it. If told to ride his tricycle he would ride it mechanically till allowed to stop. He was polite and refined and showed every evi- dence of a good home and surroundings. Circumcision was advised and performed by me on Feb. 22, 1911, not with the expectation of a cure but as a palliative measure. The second day after the opera- tion he indulged his habit as before, protecting the head of the penis in why viagra does not work the hollow of his hand and applying friction with the fingers and thumb at the root of the penis. If anything, he seemed to be worse after the circumcision than before, the local irritation probably serving as a stimulus to draw his attention to the parts. The parents had requested both circumcision and castra- tion at the original operation and now urged castration both for the sake of the boy and the protection of the public. They were convinced that as soon as the parts reached development to the point of producing sperma- tazoa he would impregnate some girl. As yet there was no orgasm. The testicles were still undeveloped. The request for castration presented a problem and accom- panying responsibility of no mean degree. I hesitated long, but finally became convinced that it ought to be done both for the good of the boy and the public. It was not thought that castration would remove en- tirely the desire for the habit, for it would seem that the difficulty must be central, but on the same principle that castrated kittens, colts, pups, etc., why viagra does not work lose almost en- tirely the sexual instinct if castrated v.'hen young why viagra does not work the supposition seemed likely that, being castrated at his present age before development of the sexual organs was complete, the habit in the boy might at least be abated to a marked degree and thus protect his nervous compro viagra system from the ruin which the existing amount of in- dulgence would seem to make inevitable. Furthermore. the public has rights which should be considered in such a case. This element played no small part compro viagra in the decision reached. Not satisfied with my own conclusions on so important an affair, I consulted a number of physicians and a large majority advised that it be done. Realizing that it is easy to give an opinion when the subject under consideration is not one's own per.sonal affair to deal with, I did not rest entirely on the opinion of physicians alone, but appealed to three judges of the courts, the county physician, officers of the Society for Charities and Corrections, and they all felt that it ought to he done. Though the task was an unpleasant one, I finally consented to castrate the boy on the written request of the parents. While in the wash room preparing for the operation the why viagra does not work history of the case was presented to two other physicians who were present. These two men raised such a vigorous protest against it that I finally postponed the operation in order to give time for further consideration. During the discussion at this time the father was present and was so affected that he turned pale and prompt removal to the open air barely prevented s\^lcope. For two weeks after the ordeal which was evidently trying to him, he suffered with