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    The US Army has spent tens of millions of dollars to help soldiers and armed forces vets to prove their manhood in bed by covering the cost of impotence drugs.

    The Pentagon's bill for medicine to treat erectile dysfunction amounted to $84 million last year alone, a Pentagon spokesman confirmed Wednesday, media reported.

    Since 2011 the US military has spent 294 million dollars on medication to treat erectile dysfunction which experts say can be triggered  by events soldiers experience during deployment.

    Studies show that the number of soldiers who suffer from erectile dysfunction in recent years has gone up.

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