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How can I treat anorgasmia caused by antidepressants?

How can I treat anorgasmia caused by antidepressants?

Out of luck, D: There really is no good way to counter this side effect except to find an antidepressant other than SSRIs or SNRIs or to combine a drug with a different mechanism of action with a lower dose or the culprit drug. ...Read more

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Dr. Donald Jacobson
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Sertraline (Definition)

Also called zoloft, is one of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, with antidepressant/anti-anxiety actions. May cause headaches, nausea & ...Read more


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I'm starting to think i may have anorgasmia. What should I do?

I'm starting to think i may have anorgasmia. What should I do?

Health, Relationship: This could be coming about due to health issues, medication you may be taking, anxiety, depression or relationship issues. Certainly visit with your doc first and rule out hormones, med condition and medications. If none of those, consider a sex therapist to examine your feelings about sex and your relationship to see if something else is going on that you and your partner can work on together. ...Read more

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Can you tell me about secondary anorgasmia problems?

Can you tell me about secondary anorgasmia problems?

Health, Relationship: This could be coming about due to health issues, medication you may be taking, anxiety, depression or relationship issues. Certainly visit with your doc first and rule out hormones, med condition and medications. If none of those, consider a sex therapist to examine your feelings about sex and your relationship to see if something else is going on that you and your partner can work on together. ...Read more

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I've got anorgasmia. How to deal with this?

I've got anorgasmia. How to deal with this?

Why?: The most common cause of anorgasmia in otherwise healthy people is drug side effects, particularly SSRIs and SNRIs. The physiological correlative of orgasm (i.e. the muscular contractions) is mediated by the sympathetic nervous system. Isolated anorgasmia at the autonomic level is unlikely. If drug effects have been ruled out, organic causes need to be sought. ...Read more

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What is anorgasmia? and is there a cure

What is anorgasmia? and is there a cure

Inability to orgasm: Anorgasmia is the inability to achieve orgasm, even with adequate stimulation. It is only a disorder if it causes personal distress. There r many potential causes, and it is very treatable. Many women and some men cannot achieve orgasm by penile/vaginal sex, but can via oral or manual stimulation, which is normal. If you or your partner have anorgasmia, see a licensed sex therapist who can help ...Read more

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Can you fix anorgasmia?

Can you fix anorgasmia?

Sure: An inability to have an orgasm is very common. Try masterbation. If you can not have an orgasm you may need to see a sex therapist. ...Read more

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What are natural or medical ways to fix anorgasmia?

Usually: If you have this issue i would suggest you start with your primary care provider. The may be health issues that need to be addressed. Also, they will likely be able to direct you toward a specialists in your area. ...Read more

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Help docs! i'm trying to find out what causes anorgasmia in males?

Help docs! i'm trying to find out what causes anorgasmia in males?

Rescue, ronpo: The most common cause of anorgasmia in otherwise healthy people is drug side effects, particularly SSRIs and SNRIs. The physiological correlative of orgasm, i.e. the muscular contractions, is mediated by the sympathetic nervous system. Isolated anorgasmia at the autonomic level is unlikely. If drug effects have been ruled out, organic causes need to be sought. ...Read more

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What are ways to overcome anorgasmia?

What are ways to overcome anorgasmia?

Health, Relationship: This could be coming about due to health issues, medication you may be taking, anxiety, depression or relationship issues. Certainly visit with your doc first and rule out hormones, med condition and medications. If none of those, consider a sex therapist to examine your feelings about sex and your relationship to see if something else is going on that you and your partner can work on together. ...Read more

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I have had bad anorgasmia from brief ssri [8 weeks] of use for about 3 months. Any chance of recovery?

I have had bad anorgasmia from brief ssri [8 weeks] of use for about 3 months. Any chance of recovery?

SSRI: Yes, once its washed out of your system after stopping per your physician guidance, in 2 weeks or so you should be fine. ...Read more

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Dr. Alan Ali
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Zoloft (Definition)

Sertraline is a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor type of antidepressant, used to treat ...Read more