He had open heart surgery in 2000, takes pravachol, toprol 50 mg, aspirin, zoloft,and zyrtec. Most times he hurts in his chest when he makes love? Would medications be causing this or do you think it is a medical condition?
8 Jul 2011
The zoloft can cause a decrease in someone's sexual interest but the chest pain could be a side effect of the open heart surgery or one of the medications. The inability to ejaculate could be a medical condition or the medication has lowered your sexual interest so much that it caused this inhibition.
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