Doctors said sexually transmitted diseases among senior citizens are running rampant at a popular Central Florida retirement community, according to a Local 6 News report.
A gynecologist at The Villages community near Orlando, Fla., said she treats more cases of herpes and the human papilloma virus in the retirement community than she did in the city of Miami.
"Yeah, they are very shocked (to hear the diagnosis)," gynecologist Dr. Colleen McQuade said. "I had a patient in her 80s."
"More and more senior citizens are ending up in the gynecologist office, and their diagnosis is a sexually transmitted disease," Local 6 reporter Vanessa Medina said.
Local 6 featured Louis Franklin, who used to date in the community at least three times a week.
"I have had a better dating life since I have been here than I have ever had," Franklin said. "I know there are things going around."
A doctor blamed Viagra, a lack of sex education and no risk for pregnancy for the spike in sexually transmitted diseases at The Villages.
"All I can repeat are the things I have heard which are things like, 'Should I bring the little blue pills over tonight?'" community singles group president Richard Matwyshen said. Watch Local 6 News for more on this story.
sildenafil for retirement areas in Florida. Oh... some Abx in the water won't hurt either.
People would stop drinking water all together if there was Metronidazole in it- it is by far the most vile tasting thing ever created! In our skills lab we were "challenged" to mask the taste of a metronidazole suspension (crushed tablets, not the salt form). I almost threw up from placing one drop on my tongue.So florida's water needs metronazidole....
...but now they can't drink alcohol. lol.