Man Takes 35 Viagra Pills, Suffers 5 Days Of ‘No Use’ Erections: Daniel Medforth Describes His Viagra Ordeal

Daniel Medforth probably won’t look for Viagra online or anywhere else any time soon. According to Google, at least 201,000 searches for Viagra come into the search engine each month. As far as the search term “Viagra online,” that gains 60,500 searches monthly. Other Viagra related terms, like “generic Viagra,” “female Viagra,” and “Viagra for women,” command a high amount of searches, as well. Folks even type “Viagra coupon,” “natural Viagra,” and “Viagra side effects” into the search engine — along with “buy Viagra online” and “over the counter Viagra” joining “Viagra price” and “Viagra samples” to the bunch of searches for the little blue pills.

The lesson is: People want their Viagra for sale, they want to know how Viagra works, they want to know the proper Viagra dosages and they want to know how long Viagra lasts, and exactly what Viagra does. Well, Medforth found out exactly how Viagra works when one overdoses on the substance. As reported by the New York Daily News, the 36-year-old man — who hails from Withernsea in East Yorkshire — got a 5-day erection after downing 35 Viagra pills just for giggles.

Daniel was at a friend’s home coming off a two-day drinking spree during the U.K. “Bank Holiday Monday” on August 31, when he decided to dangerously consume a bunch of Viagra.

“I ended up feeling sick, dizzy and hallucinating — everything I saw was green. And I had a massive erection that would not go away.”

The Sun reported that Medforth’s wife grew concerned about Daniel after he confessed to taking so much Viagra. Those 35 pills bought the 36-year-old 36 hours in the hospital. The EMT workers tried to keep a straight face with Daniel, Medforth said.

“The paramedics were very professional but you could see they were trying not to laugh.”

After checking out of the hospital, Medforth had to recover in bed. That’s where Daniel says his Viagra-induced erections continued for 5 days. Apparently, the Viagra didn’t help Daniel score during those 5 days, because Medforth said the erections were of no use to him.

“It wasn’t a permanent erection but every time I brushed against something for five days it sprang into life — and it was no use to me.”

Daniel learned that he was blessed to be alive after this 35-Viagra-pills decision, due to the fact that Viagra overdosing can be deadly. Overdosing on Sildenafil, better known as Viagra, can cause death, fainting from a drop in blood pressure, chest pain, sickness, and other bad side effects. Folks are joking about the Viagra ordeal in plenty of comments’ sections online.

“Five days beats a bloke’s usual five minutes I suppose.”

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