Man Sues CVS Because Wife Found Viagra Prescription

Talk about an awkward conversation. A New York man is now suing CVS because a pharmacist violated his privacy by discussing his Viagra prescription with his wife.

That discussion apparently led to the breakdown of his marriage. The man also says that he explained to the pharmacist that he would pay out-of-pocket for the pills rather than put it through insurance so there was no need to speak with his wife.

But he claims that a few days later, his wife called the CVS, to discuss her own prescription, and a pharmacist brought up his Viagra script.

Was the pharmacist wrong in bringing it up to the man's wife? Has this ever happened to you? Would you care if a pharmacist talked with your wife about a script you had?

 

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