They injected medication, whose primary ingredient was papaverine, directly into his penis. Papaverine was the treatment of choice until the introduction of Viagra in 1998. Since that time, the Food and Drug Administration has warned that papaverine should not be used to treat ED.
A macho man, Howard did not run scared when faced with the injection. However, he testified that "Not a man on the face of the earth would go into one of these places if they knew what they were going to do to them." True, how painfully true.
Not surprisingly, the injection gave him immediate results and Howard shelled out $1,200 for a six-month supply of the clinic's medication. He was instructed to inject it into himself in the same location. He did and had "the best erection he's ever had in his life." Unfortunately, that best erection lasted for a couple of days. It had become painful, so he visited the clinic.
The staff removed blood from his penis in order to provide relief but that didn't work. He wound up in the emergency room. Eventually, he discovered that the medicine caused fibrosis and scar tissue to form.
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