The middleton family practice in Middleton, Iowa, has been operating since 1891.
It has seen patients with erectile dysfunction for the past 50 years.
“If you’re trying to get your life in order, you’re going to have to make changes,” Dr. Jason Middleton said.
“It’s one of those things where you just want to get it under control.”
The middleons practice has treated tens of thousands of patients.
But this year, Middleton’s son, Dr. William Middleton Jr., had to step in.
His father was diagnosed with erectigreek fever, a chronic condition in which the immune system attacks the body’s own cells and damages tissue.
The middletons family doctor said he had to use a new medication.
“He was really excited when he was told he was going to be given a new pill, but when he got the pill, he didn’t really know what it was for,” Dr.
“Middleton told ABC News.
The new medication is known as a clozapine, which the doctor said can be helpful in managing erectile problems.
Middletons family is on pace to receive a record $15.8 million from the state of Iowa in the upcoming fiscal year. “
I don’t know if he was in time, but he was certainly in time,” Dr Middleton Sr. said.
Middletons family is on pace to receive a record $15.8 million from the state of Iowa in the upcoming fiscal year.
That is the highest amount ever for a Medicaid health insurance program.
Dr. Middleson Jr. said the state’s Medicaid plan is very generous and they have already made a lot of strides.
“We’ve taken steps to make sure the medication we’re using for our son is actually effective, that it’s not a dangerous drug, that we don’t give it to people who are addicted,” he said.
The Middletons are expecting another son soon.