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'Why can't I orgasm on anti-depressants?'

Now to give you some context – this was in reference to a candid conversation I was recently having with two of my best girlfriends (you know the type, the ones that you can talk to about anything and everything). My friend has recently started taking anti-depressants and, until this divine moment, was unable to orgasm.

I, myself, know this catastrophe all too well. I was prescribed Zoloft a couple of years ago, and along with being numbed from my roller coaster of emotions, I was also numb in important lady areas. At the time I was in a long-term relationship where, let's just say, we had the whole routine down to perfection (and if he wasn't around, I had no problems completing the routine solo). But no matter how hard I tried – for those long six months I just couldn't get there.

So you can imagine how happy (and proud!) I was for my friend – she had achieved what no doubt many women taking anti-depressants had ruled out as impossible. But this made me wonder; exactly why is it so hard for women to orgasm while they're on meds?

Premature ejaculation after stopping Zoloft?

I had been on Zoloft for about two years because of a very stressful period in my life. After about a month after I stopped taking it, I found it impossible to have sex that lasted a normal duration. I would ejaculate almost instantly... I haven't experienced


Yes that is what you get when you stop taking stuff like Zoloft
Now your duration is real short
An idea:masturbate an hour prior to sex:then you will last longer
But this side effect will not last on and on
Before you know


I know what you mean, bro. I stopped taking antidepressents and I came just reading your question.


Had a similar problem coming off celexa ( another ssri) when I was younger it went a way with time and before long I was back to normal again. You could try masturbating before sex though if the problem persists see a doctor.

Does zoloft stop premature ejaculation? If so, what bad side effects are there?



I've taken Zoloft. Its a good anti-depressant. Never noticed it stopping premature ejaculation except to the extent that it destroyed my sex drive altogether. It did do that and I hated it. Consider Welbutrin as an alternative anti-depressant with


Zoloft supposedly stops depression. I have never heard of anyone using it for premature ejaculation. The TV ads always give side effects such as dry mouth, upset stomach, headaches, diarhrea, and sexual "can't get it upidness"
Which would


I've taken Zoloft. Its a good anti-depressant. Never noticed it stopping premature ejaculation except to the extent that it destroyed my sex drive altogether. It did do that and I hated it. Consider Welbutrin as an alternative anti-depressant with