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i take a natures made multivitamin that contains soy lithium and soybean oil. will this cause ed and infertility in men?

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Dr. Stephen Kibrick
45 years experience Clinical Psychology
Unlikely: I know of no evidence for such a causal relationship. The amount of soy in a multivitamin is unlikely to cause either ED or infertility. Both the coreg (carvedilol) and the clonodine you are taking can lower BP, and clonodine has known side effects that affect sexual function. Talk with your doctor about side effects of your meds, and consider a consult with a health psychologist if symptoms persist.
Answered on Aug 1, 2020

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