If you mean impotence... then yes, sometimes that can occur.
Endocrine side effects have included decreased glucose tolerance and hyperglycemia resulting in diabetes-like symptoms. Hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal activity has been suppressed 12 months or more following long-term corticosteroid administration. Cushingoid appearance commonly has occurred with chronic therapy. Hirsutism or virilism, impotence, and menstrual irregularities may occur. Glycosuria, hirsutism, and hypertrichosis have also been reported.
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