Trazodone hydrochloride – not to ejaculate, is this normal?

trazodone hydrochloride - not to ejaculate, this is normal ? I was recently prescribed trazodone for depression, like most other drugs have only incr...


trazodone hydrochloride – not to ejaculate, this is normal ?
I was recently prescribed trazodone for depression, like most other drugs have only increased my anxiety. the stuff seems good (full nights sleep for the 1st time in months) but I’ve noticed that when I and my gf sex I am not in a position to have to ejaculate, I still feel the orgasm but just not ejaculate. is this normal Best Answer (s):

Reply dakinijones
How many antidepressant trazodone hydrochloride is well known that sexual side effects, including retrograde ejaculation. Apparently, in 1% of men, the drug they ejaculate externally in their bladder instead. This is obviously not a problem, although you notice cloudy urine.

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I have a similar problem, but I have no depression nor the medicine for it so I do not know :/ Maybe talk to your doctor whether this keeps going on.

answer by Alyssa
Hello NiallMein name is Alyssa and I am a sixth year pharmacy student. This is a great question, and I can assure you that sexual side effects are common among antidepressants. Unfortunately, with this class of drugs, there are many sexual side effects that are associated with almost all of them. For example, many antidepressants can cause low sexual desire, high sexual desire, premature ejaculation, and retrograde ejaculation. From your description, it sounds as if you might be experiencing retrograde ejaculation, or “dry orgasm”. In this scenario, even though you are still able to achieve, sexual climax, there is little to no seeds, which is inserted through the penis. Instead proposes the bladder to contract to push the seeds through so the sperm into the bladder instead. This side effect is about 1.5% of patients receiving trazodone erlebt.Das is definitely something you should discuss with your prescribing physician, because in the long term can cause retrograde ejaculation to male infertility. I do not know what antidepressants you have tried in the past, but the three antidepressants that are associated with the lowest incidence of sexual side effects of Wellbutrin (bupropion), Remeron (mirtazapine) and Serzone (nefazodone). With your increased knowledge of alternative antidepressants I would recommend telling your doctor to discuss your experience with this side effect speak. You can name the above medications, and to introduce him to discuss why he would either be willing to go to any of them or not. Each patient is unique when it comes to the treatment of depression, your doctor will know which medication is best for you. I hope this was helpful, do not hesitate to ask me any more questions!


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