Are my medications effecting my libido?
- 8 May 2016 by Kasakasa9
- 8 May 2016
- heart attack, doctor, prescription, medication, heart, sex drive, libido, girlfriend
I am 22, and recently suffered a heart attack. My doctor has prescribed me a number of medications and since taking them, I have almost no feelings of arousal towards my very attractive girlfriend and it is starting to really effect the relationship. It is clearly the medication, but which ones have been known to make this happen?
I am taking:
and common aspirin
Uncommon (0.1% to 1%): Impotence
Rare (less than 0.1%): Gynecomastia
Frequency not reported: Proteinuria
Genitourinary side effects have included impotence (greater than 1% to less than or equal to 3%), decreased libido (male) (greater than 0.1% to less than or equal to 1%), micturition frequency increased (greater than 0.1% to less than or equal to 1%), and hematuria (greater than 1% to less than or equal to 3%). Rarely, genitourinary side effects including urinary incontinence in women have been reported in postmarketing experience.
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