During sexual intercourse i tend to take much to long a time trying to orgasm to the point of just stopping and giving up.
Esomeprazole - can nexium cause inability to ejaculate even when all else is functional?
Question posted by Michael Strait on 4 Oct 2014
Last updated on 20 December 2014 by UMSH88
I see your question was never answered. It's a resounding yes from my point of view. I recently experienced the same thing while taking Nexium.
I had this problem once twenty years ago. I took a prescription anti-depressant. I stopped immediately and never had delayed ejaculation again till taking Nexium. Fortunately that entire episode was a missed diagnosis.
This current bout, I was with the love of my life and without getting too graphic, it doesn't take me a significant amount of time. I switched to Nexium because there was a big sale at Cosco and figured what the hay.
I know it was Nexium because I had the delayed ejaculation and stopped taking it and it went away. I started taking it again because I had taken Dayquil along with it to relieve a cough I had and couldn't get rid of. I stopped taking the Dayquil as well. I then resumed the Nexium hoping it was the Dayquil. It was not, the delayed ejaculation came back a few days later
I stopped taking it one last time and the problem is gone.
I am 44, I play a contact sport at least one a week. I am not an Adonis but I assure you that short of a little gastric reflux, I am in otherwise very good health. I have never had an erectile problem or anything related other than delayed ejaculation, the time I stated. It was very frustrating for me although my girl loved it for obvious reasons, lol.
Obviously, I was not part of a scientific study, I am just reporting to you what I experienced first hand. I am not a Dr either.
I hope this helps and also hope others come forward to verify it isn't only us.
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