NHS Limits Viagra Tablets

NHS ViagraNational Health Service from Great Britain has evoked some attention and criticism with a declaration that might come like the below the belt joke of the year at the year end. A similar directive was overruled by the high court in the year 1999. Mangers at NHS are instructing the General Practitioners and Doctors to restrict the limit of sildenafil based drugs such as Viagra, Vardenafil (Levitra) and Tadalafil (Cialis) to two per fortnight in lieu of saving on the shortage of funds.

The earlier limit was four tablets every fortnight, but the new prescription guidelines have evoked severe criticism from local journalists for such an autocratic proposal.  Several critics have questioned this unlicensed curtailment of healthy and natural sex drive of couples the basis of monitory losses.

NHS however declares it more as a suggestive measure to regulate the usage instead of restricting it and calls it an advice more than an instruction. Annually, National Health Service spends about 58 million pounds to provide repeat prescriptions of the, anti impotence drugs such as Viagra to people with Erectile Dysfunction and supplies a percentage of  men, with certain ED inducing diseases such as prostate cancer; multiple sclerosis or kidney failure for free.

Such an act however does not deter the urge to claim the right to have sex as there are a quite a few UK regulated online doctor services like doctorfox that dispense Viagra online.


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