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Re: Which SSRIs are the worst for sex-drive? SLS

Posted by Sad Panda on April 18, 2004, at 14:41:13

In reply to Re: Which SSRIs are the worst for sex-drive? Sad Panda, posted by SLS on April 18, 2004, at 13:41:51

> > > I started taking Zoloft a few months ago. I'm currently at 250mg. I have absolutely no side effects *except* the complete disappearance of my sex-drive.
>
> > I think all the SSRI's would do it once you are on an effective dose. I have no Libido with Effexor, but if my wife initiates I get aroused & can perform & enjoy sex. Have you got other problems besides loss of Libido?
>
> Fortunately, no, only libido. If one were to experience anorgasmia, what would you suggest?
>
> Thanks for responding.
>
>
> - Scott
>
>

Remeron works well for me. With 75mg of Effexor I had a very delayed orgasm, 150mg was no orgasm. Added just 15mg of Remeron for sleep & my orgasm returned to normal. I am at 225mg of Effexor & 30mg of Remeron & I am very happy. I just need to get on top of my lack of drive & motivation problem which is only marginally improved.

Wellbutrin also seems like a popular choice to go with SSRI's. I'd like to try it, but can't get it here.

I saw recently on this board a female using a drug(name escapes me) that was a 5-HT1 antagonist that could be used PRN for anorgasmia. It's side effects was short term depression.

Cheers,
Panda.



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