Male enhancement drug fractures a man’s penis
A Texas man has filed a lawsuit against the producers of a male enhancement drug, called Virilis Pro, claiming their product caused damages his penis.
Twenty-nine-year-old Adrian Carter said he swallowed a Virilis Pro prior to having hotel room sex thinking the drug would take the experience to a new level, but the drug allegedly caused him to suffer a fractured penis.
The lawsuit filed by Carter claimed that blood started recklessly gushing out of his penis after he consumed the drug.
Carter was rushed to the emergency room. Doctors found that blood was gushing out of his penis because the urethra had separated completely. Doctors repaired the penis, but Carter lost his ability to have sex or bear children.
Carter's attorney Melissa Moore said, "It was pretty horrific to view the pictures. I know it sounds unusual... He was young and healthy and on no other meds at the time he took the supplement."
They described the drug as unreasonably dangerous.
Those who are named in the suit include Haute Health Limited Liability Co, Carney & Carney Financial Services, and individual Michael Heilig.
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