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    Submitted by kaylovely on Jan 18, 11 at 2:43pm

    Most anti-depressant drugs do that to people(as in, they cause some form of sexual dysfunction).when I was on them when I was younger I couldn't orgasm with all the bullet vibrators in the world.

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    Submitted by ambur on Jan 19, 11 at 1:18am

    I guess I'll look into that a bit more.

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    Submitted by bopoink on Jan 18, 11 at 7:52pm

    Hey! I know what would cheer you up!.....oh...right....nm

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    Submitted by ambur on Jan 18, 11 at 12:58pm

    I believe on the warning label it states that zoloft is one of the anti ds that can cause suicide once u stop taking it. Kind of a double edged sword..

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      Submitted by G37R4P3D on Jan 18, 11 at 8:43pm

      That is vaguely true of all antidepressants(and most psychotropic drugs, for that matter). But no, it doesn't say that on the warning label.

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    Submitted by sweetmuse on Jan 19, 11 at 3:13am

    Zoloft is a bitch when it comes to sex drive.... :(

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    Submitted by tivojunkie25 on Jan 18, 11 at 10:49pm

    Classic catch 22

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    Submitted by morganmce on Jan 18, 11 at 3:06pm

    antidepressant fail

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    Submitted by ambur on Jan 19, 11 at 1:18am

    I guess I'll look into that a bit more.

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    Submitted by Barbarossa on Jan 18, 11 at 9:16pm

    Yea, I'm one of the guys who gets what's called "delayed ejaculation" which is really more like "almost impossible ejaculation." I have never had an orgasm during sex and it's even difficult manually, and while women might appreciate being able to last FOREVER at first, it makes most of them upset eventually. Not a fun side effect at all. :-/

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      Submitted by said8ED on Jan 18, 11 at 10:44pm

      That's a drag. Switch meds or quit them, completely, if you can find a natural alternative that works. I hope things get better for you.

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    Submitted by Authoress on Jan 19, 11 at 12:52pm

    Yeah, with citalopram that happens to me once in a while. Well, I'm a girl so it's more not orgasming than not getting an erection. In case there was any confusion. Talk to your doc, he might be able to adjust dosage or switch your meds.

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    Submitted by osirisfrost on Jan 18, 11 at 2:53pm

    So, zoloft causes temporary (permanent?) limpotence. Good to know.

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    Submitted by sammysamsam on Jan 18, 11 at 12:34pm

    Kind of the opposite of what zoloft is supposed to do, right?

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      Submitted by cupot on Jan 18, 11 at 12:41pm

      Congratulations for getting the joke.

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    Submitted by CarolineBace on Sep 23, 11 at 6:45pm

    irony..