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What medication can you take with fluoxetine to help erectile dysfunction?

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Dr. Jesse Mills
Urology
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In brief: Consider stop Fluox

Consider switching to buproprion which is a good antidepressant but has fewer side effects.
In general, antidepressants don't cause erectile dysfunction but often diminish a man's libido and inhibit ejaculation/orgasm. Also, get screened for low testostoreone which can cause depression.

In brief: Consider stop Fluox

Consider switching to buproprion which is a good antidepressant but has fewer side effects.
In general, antidepressants don't cause erectile dysfunction but often diminish a man's libido and inhibit ejaculation/orgasm. Also, get screened for low testostoreone which can cause depression.
Dr. Jesse Mills
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Dr. Michael Pierce
Psychiatry

In brief: Various

A number of medications (buspirone, bupropion, cyproheptadine) have been shown to be helpful to one extent or another for some people.
Some herbs (rhodiola rosea, yohimbine) can be helpful as well, though yohimbine may be dangerous for folks with high blood pressure.

In brief: Various

A number of medications (buspirone, bupropion, cyproheptadine) have been shown to be helpful to one extent or another for some people.
Some herbs (rhodiola rosea, yohimbine) can be helpful as well, though yohimbine may be dangerous for folks with high blood pressure.
Dr. Michael Pierce
Dr. Michael Pierce
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