Monday, January 16, 2006

So it's No Babies or No Sex?

Now a controversial new study suggests that the pill not only suppresses desire, but can also do so for months after a woman stops taking it, by raising levels of a certain protein.

Just a little more incentive to substituting the wife's pills with some sugar caplets. Go to Rebel Doctor for the rest of the story.

7 Comments:

Blogger Ali said...

Very interesting, thanks.

9:29 AM  
Blogger Wil said...

Doctor, you had me up to the next to last sentence. Then you just pissed me off royally.

The thought of anyone messing with my scripts for their benefit, without concern for my well being, motives and desires (or lack thereof)is selfishly callous and constitutes a criminal offense -- something I sincerely doubt your malpractice insurer wants to hear you've been advocating, either.

Not the way to be funny, if that was your intent. But in the absence of a disclaimer, it doesn't give one the impression that you were going for humor, either.

11:05 AM  
Blogger Internal Medicine Doctor said...

There is a disclaimer on the left of the home page. you need to read it!

1:32 PM  
Anonymous Moof said...

Well Doc ... it made me smile! ;-)

Keep on blogging ...

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3:15 PM  
Blogger Echo Mouse said...

lol I was just waiting for a fellow female to show up and give you what for! ;)

It was funny. And I bet your wife would kill you if you ever tried that and you KNOW she'd kill you ;) So it's all good.

11:17 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

FINALLY....an argument that might convince men to get vasectomies rather than burden the woman with the responsibility!
Misha

6:23 AM  
Anonymous About Medicine Blog said...

Just a little more incentive to substituting
the wife's pills with some sugar caplets.

3:20 AM  

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