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Re: medications change my sexual preference linkadge

Posted by Maximus on May 26, 2004, at 22:31:04

In reply to medications change my sexual preference, posted by linkadge on May 26, 2004, at 17:08:31

> Whenever, however I take a noradrenic antidepressant (notably effexor, remeron, or sinequan) within about a week, I find myself attracted to women, and repulsed by the same sex.

Oh man! What are you waiting for? Take all the noradrenergics antidepressants you can find and get rid of these gay thoughts;-)*jokes*

More seriously, i understand you perfectly. Although i am a pure hetero, when i take a robust noradrenergic antidepressant i feel more confident, my libido increases and i see women everywhere;-)

Changing orientation, i could not tell. However concerning the sexual behavior, there must be a tight relation between serotonin and norepinephrine. I see serotonin like a big brake, an anesthesic.




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