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what do you suggest if my psychiatrist prescribed me antidepressant for noctournal emission problem. help please.?

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Dr. Sara Rochester
Specializes in Psychiatry
Sexual side effects : First I would advise you ask your doctor why he or she prescribed the antidepressant. Many antidepressants have a sexual side effect that may make I difficult to ejaculate or take longer to do so. Most likely that is what the doctor facilitate.
Answered on Nov 28, 2017
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Dr. Robert Killian
27 years experience General Practice
New Doctor: Nocturnal emissions are natural. They are natures way to keep your prostate healthy, cancer free, and the semen fresh. If your are not emptying your prostate gland naturally through ejaculation them nature gives you nocturnal emissions. You need a new doctor. Any physician trying to stop this necessary process does not have your best interests at heart. Even if you asked for this antidepressant.
Answered on Jul 27, 2014

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