Smoking cigarettes is one cause that leads to impotence.
Genital warts will not cause impotence.
What type of rash does strattera cause
No, menthol doesn't cause impotence or whatsoever but yes, all tobacco-containing cigarettes cause impotence. It's the tobacco, not the menthol.
Yes. If a man undergoes chemotherapy, it can cause impotence.
Nope genital herpes has nothing to do with impotence or infertlility.
See your doctor. Adderall can cause tics, but not Strattera.
Yes, one of the side effects of Strattera is weight loss.
: No, it should not. It should cause you to be more focused. Keep in mind that Strattera has been shown to cause depression and suicidal thoughts in children.
Strattera has caused rapid heart rate in some patients.
Mixing Lexapro and Strattera can cause a few side effects. The Lexapro can cause the Strattera to build up in the blood more. This causes dry mouth, sleep problems, dizziness, loss of appetite and heart palpitations.
Yeas it can if it is not treated
Very much so yes. When someone becomes depressed, libido is one of the first things to go. Although impotence can also cause a depressive episode as well.
Yes, it is one of several drugs with tranquilizing effects which can cause erectile dysfunction.
No that will destroy your lungs and can cause serious health problems
Strattera can cause mood swings in some individuals. If you experience severe mood changes, discontinue use and consult your doctor.
Some things that can cause impotence is stress, anger and worry. Most men go through it, you should see your doctor to see if there is anything they can do to help you.
No; there is no clinical data to suggest this is a possibility.
Yes. It can decrease fertility and cause impotence.
Yes, it can. It's one of several common tranquilizer-type drugs that can cause erectile dysfunction.
Yes, My son have severe Memory loss while taking Strattera. He also couldn't desern the difference between reality and his dreams!
Jock itch is an easily curable fungal disease; you can purchase creams, sprays and powders over the counter. Allowing the infection to continue will not cause impotence, however, the discomfort from the infection could make you not have romantic feelings or have an erection. If you've been stricken with impotence at the same time as you got jock itch and you have never been impotent prior to having the infection, then your impotence could be psychogenic/emotional. If, on the other hand, you've had impotence off and on, you should probably visit with a urologist to see what the cause may be. Urologists can give you peace of mind and if it is physiological, there are some very good treatments available.
Yes, Strattera can cause hot flashes and night sweats. Knowing that I had a similar problem with Welbutrin, my MD graduated my dose of Strattera over the course of six weeks, to reach the 100mg that I am on now. I only had one night sweat at the 3rd week, because my body was allowed to slowly adjust to the medication.
My son has been on Strattera for 3 years and we have never had any problem with head itching.
Impotence is a consistent inability to sustain an erection sufficient for sexual intercourse. Medical professionals often use the term "erectile dysfunction" to describe this disorder and to differentiate it from other problems that interfere with sexual intercourse. Impotence usually has a physical cause, such as disease, injury, or drug side-effects. Any disorder that impairs blood flow in the penis has the potential to cause impotence. Incidence rises with age: about 5 percent of men at the age of 40 and between 15 and 25 percent of men at the age of 65 experience impotence. Yet, it is not an inevitable part of aging.