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Hi. Male and 40. Couldn't orgasm tonight. Recently went to ER for uti and dehydration. On Bactrim, (sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim) trazedone, and Prozac. Do these drugs cause this?

Possible. Both Prozac (fluoxetine) and Trazodone can cause decreased libido as side effects. You are taking two antidepressants. Not clear why this is necessary. Suggest you discuss with prescribing doctor to review these meds and consider lower dose(s). I hope this helps. Best wishes. Read more...
Delayed Orgasm. SSRIs like Prozac (fluoxetine) and trazadone can cause a delay in orgasm, a side effect that can be helpful with premature ejaculation. But best to discuss this with your doctor, since you also report other conditions that are likely factors as well. Read more...

I have often UTI, I just finished 5 d of Bactrim (sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim), the UA shown nitrite positive, blood mod, protein 30+ and leukocyte was small. What 's to do next?

Recurrent UTI... If urinalysis was after Bactrim, (sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim) you have resistant bacteria, need different antibiotic. Several possible causes of recurrent UTI, including persistent uncured infection; altered bladder function; and kidney or bladder stone. Sex sometimes triggers UTI. Usually recurrences can be prevented once the cause is known. Discuss with your doctor, or ask for referral to infectious diseases specialist. Read more...

60yrs UTI. Bactrim, (sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim) Macrobid day2 of 7 Waiting4culture. Still some mild pelvic&back pain. Still UTI? What else? Please be specific

Your question. Your mild pelvic and back pain may still be due to UTI since it is only day 2 of treatment. If you still do not feel well after 5 days contact your doctor and arrange for ultrasound or or other imaging of the kidneys to make sure you do not have a stone or other obstruction. Read more...
Uti. It might take time to fully resolve. You should follow up on urine culture and sensitivity to make sure the bug is sensitive to antibiotic. Increase fluid intake. Cranberry juice is found to help in reducing recurrent utis. Read more...
As long. as pain is mild, I think it is safe to wait til all studies are back. It is impossible to list all possible causes of back and pelvic pain here. Differential diagnosis would include all conditions arising from gynecologic, urologic, gastroenterologic, musculoskeletal, neurologic, and vascular systams. Read more...
UTI. Give it more time...2 days is barely enough time to get antibiotic levels up to a steady level. The pelvic and back pain should subside...but keep your primary or GYN in the loop in case the antibiotics need changing later or symptoms don't go away. Drink cranberry juice...it contains proteins that inhibit bacterial binding in the bladder. Read more...