Prozac Sexual Side Effects.




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Sexual Side Effects of Prozac

If you are taking Prozac and begin having sex-life problems, Prozac might be to blame.

Of the many side effects common in antidepressants, sexual side effects and weight gain are especially bothersome. Prozac is strongly linked to sexual side effects in both sexes. Prozac side effects include decreased libido, erectile dysfunction, delayed or failure to achieve orgasm and genital sensory impairment.

One recent study showed that up to 70 percent of patients taking SSRI antidepressants like Prozac reported sexual side effects. The good news is that these sexual side effects resolve after stopping Prozac. For safety this should only be done under a doctor's supervision.

No one should sacrifice sexual satisfaction for psychological health. You can have a good sex life and psychological well-being. Deprex is a non-prescriptive, all-natural “antidepressant” that does not cause sexual side effects, weight gain or any other side effects commonly associated with Prozac and other antidepressants. Deprex allows you to maintain your sexual functioning while also addressing depression symptoms.

Certain antidepressants are more likely to cause sexual side effects than others. Sexual side effects are one of the most common side effects of antidepressants in the SSRI family and least common with Wellbutrin.

Compared to Wellbutrin, sexual side effects were six times more likely with Effexor, five times more likely with Paxil, Lexapro and Zoloft and four times more likely with Prozac.

Old studies stated that adverse sexual side effects occurred in less than 10 percent of patients. Those studies relied on unprompted reporting, patients who offered information about their sexual problems.

In later studies doctors specifically asked patients about libido or orgasmic difficulties, and found that almost 70 percent of patients on SSRI antidepressants like Prozac experienced sexual side effects.

Antidepressant sexual side effects are most commonly manifested by delayed ejaculation in men, inability to achieve an orgasm in women and decreased sex drive in both men and women. Men taking Prozac commonly complain that they have difficulty getting and maintaining an erection. Women who prior to taking Prozac could achieve multiple orgasms commonly complain that they now cannot achieve even one orgasm. Both sexes regularly report an inability to get aroused and non-existent libidos.

Many physicians fail to mention the potential sexual side effects of Prozac and other antidepressants to their patients. Without being warned about the potential sexual side effects, a patient may have no idea that his or her sexual problems are related to the antidepressant.

Avoiding Prozac will eliminate Prozac sexual side effects. Use Deprex for a natural alternative to pharmaceutical antidepressants.

In addition to sexual side effects, weight gain is a common Prozac side effect. Prozac can cause serious side effects including the increased risk of suicide. Prozac can also cause addiction and subsequent withdrawal symptoms. Prozac has been linked to Parkinson’s Disease and drug-induced stuttering.

*This antidepressant drug information does not endorse Prozac, diagnose patients or recommend therapy. The information contained herein is not intended to cover all possible warnings, uses, precautions, drug interactions, allergic reactions, or adverse side effects of Prozac. If you have questions about the drugs you are taking, check with your health care provider or pharmacist. The information provided should not be construed to indicate that Prozac is safe, effective or appropriate.

It is important to note that you should not stop taking Prozac without first talking to your doctor. Your doctor may need to gradually reduce the dose before stopping Prozac completely. Suddenly stopping Prozac may cause unpleasant and potentially serious side effects.

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