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I'm currently on Zoloft. For only one full day!! And already i'm having the same problem i've had in the past with anti depressants. Lexapro prozak paxil ect...... Are the meds to counter this? Levitra? Viagra? I have no problem with erections. Does this effect wear off? Do i need to switch meds. This has the potential to be very embarrassing for me. Please help.
Most of the antidepressants have the adverse effect of erectile dysfunction and ejaculation problems. Sometimes changing the medication does help in improving the symptoms. However, you can take Viagra after consulting your physician if you have the problem of erectile dysfunction. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care.
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