I take Armour thyroid, Celexa(changed from wellbutrin) enalapril,estradiol and promethium. I'm 52, a newlywed and have a lot of difficulty attaining an orgasm. I never had this before. Libido, and stimulation are great, but no climax. What can I do differently to resolve this problem?
If this is a new problem, it is probably related to only the Celexa, so you might ask your doctor to change medications or try eliminating this kind of medication altogether and enjoy your newly wed status without medications.
I've used all types of antidepressants and i've noticed all types of different sexual side effects on them..some would make me extremely spunky and orgasm in less than a minute while others made me completely impotent or unable to climax at all. I currently take celexa and I have a hard time reaching the top of the mountain with it.
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