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Low Libido? 11 Drugs That Affect Your Sex Drive

Low Libido

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  • Many medications interfere with healthy sexual function and lead to side effects such as erectile dysfunction and decreased libido
  • Medications that may harm your sex life include antidepressants, opioid painkillers, oral contraceptives, antihistamines, anti-anxiety drugs, baldness drugs, anti-seizure medications, and more
  • If medication isn’t to blame for your low libido, lifestyle factors likely are
  • High-intensity exercise, a healthful diet, and reducing your stress levels are all necessary to have an optimally healthy sex life

By Dr. Mercola

It's estimated that 30-40 percent of people around the globe experience a lack of interest in sex for at least several months in any given year. The reasons for low libido are complex and run the gamut from stress and other emotional difficulties to physical problems, including erectile dysfunction.

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