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I've gone to 2 urologists, have done every test, and they're all normal. The second Dr. I saw tonight seems positive that my ED is anxiety related.

I told him I couldn't get an erection looking at computer or anything and he said that what I need is an actual woman and Viagra. I just can't vision it working.

I have always had anxiety issues but recently I've been under a great deal of stress(depression?) the past 4 months and while I have never had a great sex drive, during this period it's been nearly non existant.

Would taking antidepressants that do not have sexual side effects help this at all?

I haven't had sex for 2 years at least :eek: but in June I met about the hottest girl I probably will ever meet but I didn't have sex with her because I was scared I'd go limp. She tried to give me a handjob in the car and I was on Viagra but it didn't work and I wasn't nervous either. It was at like 3AM and I had been drinking some and was a bit tired but I still think I sould have had an erection. I did get erections with here at times but I just wasn't confident to have sex.

By the way, I've been taking Propecia for 4 years. Both Dr.'s said that that is a HIGHLY unlikely cause--totally dismissing it.


Any advice or experiences would be appreciated!
Hey dude;

Antidepressants are a huge contributor to ED. Take it from me, I'm on prozac and Welbutrin and can't even remember the last time my wife and I had sex. My doc says if it keeps up we will try viagra or something else. Welbutrin is not supposed to have any sexual side effects but with the prozac with the welbutrin, I'm how you say screwed or the lack there of. Keep up your contact with your Dr. until he or she get's it right. :bouncing:
Killer TA ~
Your doctors are ill-informed.

According to Propecia:
In clinical studies for PROPECIA, a small number of men experienced certain sexual side effects, such as less desire for sex, difficulty in achieving an erection, or a decrease in the amount of semen. Each of these side effects occurred in less than 2% of men and went away in men who stopped taking PROPECIA because of them.





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