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Eeva S (1 month ago)
They are really concentrating on the wrong part of the story. Medical information is private and should not be shared with anyone. Period. Sharing info with wife is wrong, no matter what the medicine is.
Artoo Defive (1 month ago)
Why are they not empathizing with the man? Just jokes. It’s a violation of this man’s privacy. But to this panel, it’s a joke.
Giovanna Greeff (1 month ago)
Why is everyone saying this is some kind of violation? My husband and I are able to get each other's information. Granted we signed that we could. If the pharmacy tech felt like they could tell the wife couldn't that also mean he had given them the right to release it to her?
darkeyes909 (1 month ago)
so they do some viagra shaming, I thought they would behave better than that. CVS had no right to take the reveal on themselves. It was his decision to make. It was presumptive and sloppy in light of today's hipaa regulations.
ReineDeLaSeine14 (1 month ago)
There is no spousal privilege under HIPPAA. It was a blatant violation unless there was a release on file.
MrEtherOck (1 month ago)
Hypocrisy! A man has a right to not have his sexual privacy violated by his spouse!
therandomhorse66 (1 month ago)
It doesn't matter if they were married, every person has the right to privacy
Mary M (1 month ago)
It's simply a confidentially issue. How are the hosts not picking up on that?
Stefan G (1 month ago)
That side chick was getting the D for hours.
J Rods (1 month ago)
He's going to win
Kris Smith (1 month ago)
Sara is everything...luv her
Daniel Alveo (1 month ago)
Paula, WTF?????
Ken Williams (1 month ago)
It's possible he was using with someone else. But it's also possible his being impotent effected his ego and he didn't want his wife to know he need help getting an erection for her. Just like a lot of women secretly wear spanks or color their hair. Men and women both secretly do things to feel good about themselves and keep their significant other seeing them in a certain light.
OlgaQLD (1 month ago)
These shrews are disgusting!
rexdink (1 month ago)
Now the world knows, not just his wife and circle of mmm.... 'friends'.
Lesa Reek (1 month ago)
CVS was breaking the Hipa laws
jonny davis (1 month ago)
He's has a right to sue👏👏👏
jonny davis (1 month ago)
Sunny stfu
jonny davis (1 month ago)
#AllWomenAreWhores😂😂😂
Touye1989 (1 month ago)
Sunny is married to a doctor and doesn't know about about health information privacy?
E M (1 month ago)
It was a HIPPA violation, he deserves to win the case. The pharmacist did not follow protocol.
Your Mother (1 month ago)
I love Friday’s with Mrs. Joy Behar.
Mikey Mike (1 month ago)
The reactions from the women are the exact reason why most men would want to keep that secret. Just look at the amount of insults hurled around. Oh my man doesn't need it...comments like that are the reason why men feel insecure about these things.
F.A. H. (1 month ago)
But CVS violated his privacy.
laura gilmore (1 month ago)
One they broke the rule of talking about another persons prescription even if it was his wife and two for himself he was probably feeling insecure about taking it abd didn't want her to know so they are in the wrong and he should sue
Sterling Daniels (1 month ago)
My body, my choice.
Joshua Taylor Madison (1 month ago)
Viagra is also prescribed to prevent heart problems.
Randi Young (1 month ago)
Sounds like he wasn't taking the Viagra for his wife....
Aaron Bower (1 month ago)
Yeah, thats a HIPA
Liz Tew (1 month ago)
Oh, Lord. As nice as it would have been for the wife to know all of what the husband is using, CVS should not have shared that info. This is similar to me as a bank employee. Privacy is everything. I can’t tell someone about their spouse’s accounts if that person is not joint on the spouse’s accounts.
PurpGoddess (1 month ago)
He's a tricky fool
mizuko2001 (1 month ago)
Sue the pharmacist!
daniel_leon_yett (1 month ago)
OMG, I cannot stand that lady in the white. Last time, it was her hypocrisy about Michelle Wolf. This time she's bragging that her husband doesn't need Viagra. Like, how's that supposed to make other people feel? She has no regard for the feelings of people who might need Viagra, nor the feelings of their significant others. That bich needs to go....
Salvador Vidrio (1 month ago)
It's a HIPAA violation! Doesn't matter if he's using the Viagra with his wife or the mistress.
Marisa Mary (1 month ago)
As a medical professional, I will say that it is a HIPPA violation to disclose any personal information such as this to his wife. Of course, he should’ve let his wife know, but it is a confidentially violation. Although, I think this happens more often than you think. I send my boyfriend to pick up my prescriptions all the time, and he never has any issues nor has he ever had any questions asked. We don’t have the same last name either. This could be because we go there often because I take many medications, but I feel pharmacies do this more often than not.
luoaR ogaitnaS (1 month ago)
...yeah, sue CVS... they shouldn’t of shared someone else’s information. 🤷🏽‍♂️
Candie4JC (1 month ago)
As a pharmacist intern, this is an easy win for the husband. The Pharmacist broke HIPAA. Case closed.
Ima OnnaLyneNow (1 month ago)
What the Viagara was used for or who knew about it is not the issue here -- the issue is that HIPAA laws were violated and this man is entitled to sue and win.
uknow who (1 month ago)
Is Paula's husband on Viagra?
o0JaeAllDay0o (1 month ago)
Well the pharmacist violated HIPAA and this man does have a case. You cannot share information like that unless it is explicity in writing. Obviously this man did not have one and he is about to get paid.
Real Viet Vet (1 month ago)
It was Megan's husband
Hanna Honda (1 month ago)
It's unlawful here for pharmacists to give out information without written permission.
Madame Chairwoman (1 month ago)
Uh huh. So from the details provided, we can ascertain that this man was in fact, having an affair (hence why his wife didn’t know about this very loud prescription) and the revelation of said affair, is what caused the breakdown of his marriage. Sigh. CVS won’t but I hope the judge laughs in his face and tosses this frivolous lawsuit. Trash! 😏
Sheen Estevez (1 month ago)
The dude should listen to mother nature and his body, stop taking meds that don't heal or prolong your life.
IBreatheMusic7 (1 month ago)
Yall better understand what HIPPA is.... The employee totally violated it... Wife or not...
Ralph Filigenzi (1 month ago)
Loony, dingbat liberals.
soniaustralie (1 month ago)
Joy :) my Joy
Why is Sara wearing that red turtleneck is it christmas ?
Benjamin Bayman (1 month ago)
Medical information is private, the pharmacist violated HIPPA laws. I can't obtain personal medical information from another's doctor, nurse practitioner, psychiatrist, pharmacist, etc., without that person's permission, and healthcare workers can get in real trouble if they disclose it.
Tracy Allen (1 month ago)
Regardless if he was cheating or not and the fact that he was married to the woman, CVS was not allowed to share the info. It wasn’t billed to their insurance, therefore it was his prescription and his bill alone. It’s an easy case to win for him.
Anastasiya Hleis (1 month ago)
I am a pharmacist. Revealing any information to anyone but the patient is ILLEGAL. It’s up to them to tell their spouse or not. It’s a matter of privacy.
Am rose (1 month ago)
It is also medically used 4 blood pressure problems in the heart its original purpose but it gives people a chuckle over it.
sira castori (1 month ago)
Doesn't matter whom he was using it with, it's still a hippa violation. The morality of the matter is not for the pharmacy tho decide.
Canucks 47 (1 month ago)
I’ve worked in Pharmacy for 15 years. It’s common knowledge that this is illegal and the pharmacist definitely had to have known he or she was in violation of Hippa. Like the law or not it is the law and it comes with enormous fines even for the first offense. Sounds like this pharmacist is going to be out of a job soon if not already.
Me (1 month ago)
The point isn't why didn't she know, the point is they should not have disclosed private medical prescription information to a individual other than the prescribed.
m love29 (1 month ago)
Paula go away. Jesus she's obsessed with talking about her sex life. No one asked!
B K (1 month ago)
Emotions aside, CVS is in the wrong.
April Kim (1 month ago)
Doesn’t matter if she didn’t know. They had no right to give his personal information away like this. It’s none of her business unless he wanted her to know.
Mrs S (1 month ago)
He has a case, HIPPA.
Bryan Mears (1 month ago)
The way these ladies are speculating are exactly what could have attributed his wife not being happy. His wife may of thought he was cheating when he wasn't. And that she may have felt that he did not find her attractive and needed viagra. Then to top it off, now she don't trust him because he hid that he needed it. He obviously needed it because he couldn't get an erection, if he can't get it up with his wife then why would he use viagra with other women. The only way I see this as his own doing for ruining his marriage over CVS revealing his prescription information is that he used viagra but never had sex with his wife EVER. Anyways, it's a HIPAA violation so he should win his case in court.
Ivan Jimenez (1 month ago)
Doesn't viagra makes men have an erection for 3+ hours straight?
Animated Tigress (1 month ago)
Maybe he should get his Viagra from a different pharmacy...
friend (1 month ago)
Why is it always funny to women when there is talk about a man using Viagra or suffering from Erectile dysfunction? Would it be just as funny if men laughed about feminine dryness or a woman having a venereal disease? Just look at their reaction to this story. What if it was flipped around and a man was told that his wife's birth control was due or her morning after pill wasnt covered by his insurance? Would she be upset if she was hiding that from her husband? When it comes to men, everything is a joke.
eponymousIme (1 month ago)
Sunny: yes, the wife may want to know if her husband it taking Viagra; but he still has a right to privacy, and to choose what medical information to disclose or not, despite what his wife may want to know. Also, it was a dangerous breach of privacy by the pharmacy because they didn't know for sure that the person on the phone claiming to be his wife actually was. CVS screwed up.
Valentina Worldwide (1 month ago)
Sarah: " how do you know?!"......dont do that, Sarah ......Thats why Paula came back with " my husband doesnt need it by the way"
Paul Guinan (1 month ago)
HIPPA LAW BROKEN
brigid edwards (1 month ago)
I think the comment that "I pick up my husband's prescriptions all the time, and they're not Viagra by the way...he doesn't need it." Is disgusting. It's a medical condition. My husband doesn't need it either, nor does he need insulin because he's not diabetic. Why would I be bragging about that on TV?!
Dave Mills (1 month ago)
I don't need Viagra. I just look at a picture of Meghan.
ISITVAINTOSAYIMPRETTY (1 month ago)
Have they not heard of HIPAA?!?? I agree with the husband and CVS will settle out of court.
Danyell xxx (1 month ago)
Honestly...its a HIPPA violation...so although its a stupid reason he's giving...he'll win lawsuit because its a privacy issue...even between wives husbands sons daughters...law states unless u give consent NO ONE can know your information
Danyell xxx (1 month ago)
As a medical professional...we had HIV positive patient with complications...wife did not know that's why he was in hospital and we could not tell her even though that was his wife and most likely had been infected by him..there's large fines by the government including jail time if we did...now that was f**ked up but I ain't going to jail for no one!
EvenStevenSays (1 month ago)
Has anyone noticed the girls are always more relaxed and perky playful when Whoopi is gone? Lol 😂
Jay Hi5 (1 month ago)
Paula I'm sure that's what the guy's wife said before she found out the truth I'm just saying
London King (1 month ago)
"HIPPA" laws. I agree with him.
Ryan Owens (1 month ago)
patient privacy
Rollin Kocher (1 month ago)
he could win
REAL TALK W. EMA STAR (1 month ago)
Oh joy ur awesome
TheRealMelindaG (1 month ago)
when are men gonna learn that they don't need viagra just get a woman to constantly talk nice to it or flash a little boob and up he goes LOL
Shandra Newell (1 month ago)
Your the journalist u tell us hahaha..meghan is quiet BC SHES NOT GETTING ANY
Shandra Newell (1 month ago)
Paula go home and take Megan with you
elisabeth nielsen (1 month ago)
How do you know it works Joy? Only in America can this happen.
R Watson (1 month ago)
I'm sure women keeps secrets about medicine.leave it to th View to spread more fake news and accuse a complete stranger of cheating.Now his wife will think he's cheated.
Michelle Hernandez (1 month ago)
You have a the right to know but that information comes from your SPOUSE not the Pharmacist- they violated his privacy.
Dad (1 month ago)
Cuz it's totally okay to make a joke out of such a sensitive male issue. Had gender been reversed. The hypocrisy.
Angela Siegfried (1 month ago)
Somestimes, yes.
Dad (1 month ago)
Randi Young चुप साली randi
Dad (1 month ago)
Angela Siegfried so two wrongs make a right then? One retardedcunt you must be.
Randi Young (1 month ago)
Dad Excuse me, but haven't we (the public) had this exact same argument over birth control, abortion permissions, etc? I fail to remember too many men standing up for the women's right to privacy in those cases. Yet, in this comment section alone, I see multiple men saying "but, but, but, what if he were a woman?"
Angela Siegfried (1 month ago)
"Has gender been reversed?" Naw, just a taste of your own medicine. ;-)
Jonny Fyre (1 month ago)
Given HIPAA laws he'll probably win. You're not to share any medical information even with spouses.
RockJay2NayMe (1 month ago)
That's an easy lawsuit to win. The CVS pharmacy shared confidential information. It doesn't matter if mat they were married or not.
Stefan G (1 month ago)
HIPPA LAWS!
J. Jo (1 month ago)
HIPAA folks... H...I....P.....A.....A......
Mike Gilardino (1 month ago)
so if a woman is buying depression pills or weight loss pills she wanted to keep secret from her husband, you`re saying its ok for a pharmacy to just tell her husband because "marriage means something"????? it is not the CVS job to tell a husband about his wife secrets. there are forking privacy laws. isnt THAT supposed to mean "something"?
Ash Scott (1 month ago)
Jay Hi5 Are you stupid? Imagine it was the wife and birth control pills.... confidential is confidential
Jon in Canada (1 month ago)
In Canada, it's illegal for a pharmacy to divulge personal information about a patient and must have written consent by the patient to allow another person to pick them up or know the drugs being prescribed and yes, that includes spouses. Is it different in the U.S.? Is there no patient confidentiality regulations for pharmacies or does it just apply to Doctors. Not saying he is or isn't cheating, to me that's not the concern, it's the idea of the pharmacy giving out his medical information without his consent. Must be an American thing.
lovemuffin1963 (1 month ago)
Get real here he was outed as a cheating scumbag
Cody Meyers (1 month ago)
These women are really being stupid about a mans issue. The husband was probably EMBARRASSED that he needed viagra and didn’t want her to know out of shame. It’s emasculating for a man to know that his body doesn’t work the way it should. Just like I’m sure women feel the same way when they’re bodies start to get older. Seriously... it’s not hard to figure out why he didn’t tell his wife.
D Mc (1 month ago)
No No No! The drugstore had no business talking about anyone's medications.
Bobbie Jessica (1 month ago)
Tune in next week on " 5 woman speculate on things that aren't there business"..
Current Resident (1 month ago)
Wait- if she picks up other prescriptions for him and they're regular customers of that location, then I think the pharmacist/tech wasn't necessarily out of bounds asking the wife about the insurance billing. If he didn't want her to find out, he shoud have had that prescription filled at a separate, competing pharmacy near by. She would have never known about it then.
Akosua Poku (1 month ago)
Joy is so funny.
happines12 (1 month ago)
If u violate hippa u get sued that a violation and he doesn't have to tell anyone that he is using the drug married or not.
Michael Schneider (1 month ago)
"Betcha' got a chick on the side, sure you gotta chick; I know you gotta chick-on-da-side......." 1975.......fabulous Pointer Sisters
Preston Chandler (1 month ago)
You know how many women don't tell their husband they are on birth control? This is cut and dry.
Preston Chandler (1 month ago)
They spent the whole time talking about everything but the lawsuit. Smh
Richard W. Biasi (1 month ago)
Wouldn’t that be classified as a locker room talk Paula? Shade shade shade!
Aar Zar (1 month ago)
She didn't know because now that she knows she is taking it personally that he uses it
beanie0112 (1 month ago)
Every time Paula is on the show I get kinda horny. She always has that undercover horny Christian vibe going.
Wraithflaire (1 month ago)
If it Viagra was not the medication in question would people be as Cavalier about the pharmacy was being suded for giving out the medication he takes without his permission? Example: medication to treat hair loss

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