School Bans Viagra When 1,000 Teachers Prescribed Erectile Dysfunction Drug

Some pharmaceutical-funded studies have shown Viagra is effective for treating depression, according to Davis.

"People who can't sexually function often lose their self esteem and a part of life they value and regain with Viagra," he said.

Such was the case with Charles, a 41-year-old from Alaska, who did not want his last name used. He said he uses these drugs and they "work very well."

"I believe health insurance should cover the cost of Viagra because when you are unable to get an erection your confidence is destroyed, you are unhappy and depressed, which will lead to more health risk," he wrote ABCNews.com. "It has been proven that a happy person is a healthier person. Saving the money will make you even more happy."

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