RSI caused by Viagra and vibrators

Hmm. Not sure whether this is most likely to cause problems to lawyers persuing workers compensation claims or whether it\’s simply a desperate attempt to get newspaper inches by proposing an outrageous theory:

WRIST pain is often blamed on excessive computer use or working with heavy machinery.

But a controversial new report has suggested a much saucier explanation – too much SEX.

Repetitive movements during lovemaking puts extra weight on the wrists, says a top medic.

People are getting porkier, putting more strain on wrists, Viagra means more episodes of wrist straining and sex toys themselves cause problems.

7 thoughts on “RSI caused by Viagra and vibrators”

  1. So Much For Subtlety

    Do you think this will make people more likely or less likely to claim? Perhaps young men will be more likely because it shows what lads they are, but women will be less likely?

  2. So Much For Subtlety

    Dennis the Peasant – “I don’t care what they say, I’m not getting rid of the either the trampolene or the bullwhip. RSI be damned.”

    Tempolene? Work or pleasure?

  3. I was going to point out that it is possible to have sex without putting weight upon either parties’ wrists. But then I remembered that this would only vindicate the old line that an economist is a man who knows 43 ways to make love but doesn’t know any women.

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