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Hospital doctor tells man suffering from non-stop erection to ‘line up all the women’ (video)

By Mason White 5:04 PM January 6, 2015
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By: Tanya Malhotra
(Scroll down for video) A man in Georgia, who suffered from involuntary erections, hired an attorney after he was harassed and bullied at a hospital.

Edward Stalling of Atlanta, said that doctors prescribed Trazodone after suffering Insomnia.

Stalling claimed that the drug caused him to have painful involuntary erections. Stalling said that now, he is suffering from post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

Stalling drove himself to the hospital after the condition lasted for several hours. When he arrived, doctors made jokes about his condition.

One doctor mentioned that he should line up all the women. He said that several doctors and nurses stopped by his room just to see his private parts.

Stalling hired an attorney, who claimed that his client spent 10 days at the hospital.

“The Atlanta VA Medical Center places the highest priority on delivering quality care and respecting the privacy of Veterans. Our goal has always been to provide care in a professional, caring and safe environment. When problems occur, we conducted our review system to identify, fix and work to prevent further problems. It would be inappropriate to comment on this case without the consent of the veteran,” the Atlanta VA Medical Center said in a statement.