Hey guys. About a year ago I got on Zoloft for anxiety, because anxiety runs in my family and I was getting it badly. After about 3 months it was really helping me with my social anxiety so stupidly, I quit cold turkey because I didnt like how it slowed me down and made me tired. So I went to the doc and she prescribed me Pristiq. When I was on it my social anxiety was reducing and I was feeling good. However, I had just gotten a girlfriend. I was never in the mood for sex which I knew would happen however I could always get and stay hard. I was just never in the mood. I also lasted quite some time while having sex. So after a few months I wanted off because I wanted my 19year old sex drive back lol. Once I got off I definitely have a sex drive but now I can barely get and stay hard.. And when I can get hard I last all but 5 minutes which is a change. You would think the longer Im with this girl I would last longer, but its the opposite. I can now get kind of hard not fully thats forsure and when I have sex, I last 10mins tops...When on pristiq and before that I could last 20-30mins easily. Whats going on?!
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