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Reduced sexual desire and erectile dysfunction after taking Creatine monohydrate. Treatment?

I took why Creatine monohydrate for two days ..on the 1st serve of around 3grams in water .After an hour i realised that ..the desire .of sex ..was vanished and i realised that i i suffered from erection dysfunction and total sexual desire loss...i thought that i m not in the routine with creatine so might be creating this problem then i took less than 3 grams on the next day .and realised the same .reaction 4 months has passed ..i m not getting yet the feeling of .attraction /sex..i dont feel anything ..obout ..Please doc
Asked On : Tue, 3 Jul 2012
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Hi Nitin,
It is unlikely that your symptoms have anything to do with Creatine. Creatine can cause stomach pain, nausea, diarrhea, and muscle cramping. In large doses, it might be associated with weight gain as well. But it is not known to cause decreased libido. We should be looking at mainly psychological causes for this. Please speak with a psychologist in this regards
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Answered: Tue, 3 Jul 2012
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