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A man’s ability to achieve an erection can be limited using both prescribed medicines and recreational drugs. In this case medicines that may affect a man’s abilities may not at all affect another’s. Many medicines and recreational drugs can affect a man’s sexual arousal and sexual performance. What causes impotence in one man may not affect another man. Talk to the Oklahoma Men’s Clinic if you suspect that medications are limiting your sexual functions. It is important not to stop taking any drug which was prescribed by your doctor, until it has been cleared through your physician. We know that talking about your ED to your partner or even your family physician can be embarrassing. That is why we have created a discreet environment to help you resolve this issue. At the Oklahoma Men’s Clinic, our physicians and providers will check all your medications you may be taking that may affect you sexual ability, thoroughly go over your medical history ensuring you are healthy enough to have sex, go over any surgeries or conditions you have or have had, perform an ultrasound checking to make sure you have proper blood flow, do a complete BMI (Body Mass Index) test to check for obesity and weight issues that may be affecting your ability Fto become erect, and finally do a comprehensive blood work so we can render you the best-educated opinion of what will work best for you. Our Oklahoma Men’s Clinic licensed medical providers will give you the best advice and recommendations based on all the factors discovered during your office visit. Whether it is our new prolific therapy (Which requires little or no medication), Bypass Sublingual Therapy, or Trimed Therapy, will advise you on all of your options. The essential point is that almost every time one of these therapies will work for you, and we recommend that the sooner you take action, the better off you will be.
Anti-depressants tend to reduce the feeling or sensitivity of the penis. This can lead to not being able to be stimulated, and not being able to ejaculate. Some of the most common drugs are: Celexa (citalopram) – Zoloft (sertraline) – Paxil (paroxetine) – Lexapro (escitalopram
Though not every man will have a negative sexual reaction to these medications, they have been shown to limit some sexual functions. Here is an example of a few: Tagamet – Dramamine – Benadryl – Axid – Zantac
The main cause of these medications is the presence of Beta Blockers and Thiazides. They can cause difficulty in your ability to be intimate. Some common ones are Prinivil – Zestril – Lasinapril.
These are some medications which affect sexual function: Cogentin – Parlodel) – Kemadrin – Duopa
These are a few of the medications which can cause loss of sexual function: Abraxane – Adriamycin – Paraplatin – Cytoxan – Cerubidine, – DaunoXome – Doxil
The use or abuse of these can directly affect your ability to be intimate. Codeine – Demerol – Methadone – Morphine – Oxycodone – Oxycontin
Alcohol – Amphetamines – Cocaine – Marijuana – Heroin – Nicotine