What medicines affect a man’s sexual performance? | IMP | FAMILY
Although today there is a whole therapeutic arsenal to treat sexual problems of erectile dysfunction and low sexual desire, such as erection facilitators and replacement with hormones such as testosterone, we have other medications that will alter the sexualitybut coming to less.
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There are drugs such as phosphodiesterase type 5 enzyme inhibitors that act as vasodilators of the corpora cavernosa, facilitating erection.
However, there are also some beta-blocker antihypertensives or thiazide diuretics that can decrease erection.
In addition, we have psychotropic drugs, that is, antidepressants or anxiolytics that can cause erectile dysfunction and loss of sexual desire. Even antidepressants that can slow or inhibit ejaculation.
Therefore, in every patient who suffers from sexual dysfunction, it is important to find out whether or not he is taking medication that could interfere with sexual potency, sexual desire, or ejaculation.
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