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On Zoser and Fluvoxin for OCD, have no desire for sex. Is this a temporary side effect?

i met psychiatrist for depression and he said i am facting OCD for which he prescriped Zoser 50 & Fluvoxin 100. But i read in few website that these medicine will have one of the side effect like Delay in ejaculation and no desire for sex. Is this temporarty side effect OR a permenent. I have started taking these tablet since last 3 days and i noticed about no desire for sex. let me know if i stop taking these medicine can i become normal
Asked On : Sat, 11 Aug 2012
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Hello ....firstly that not every person experience all side effect, secondly psychology have a very important role in sex...if you worry a lot about it , it will get affected even if you are not taking medicine my advice is ask your doctor about side effects and they will tell you about most common and most dangerous side effect and not the whole list of side effect which can prevent you from taking such vital medicine. Lastly and most importantly these effects are temporary and reverse back after drug cessation. So go ahead with your treatment and enjoy OCD free life...
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Answered: Mon, 13 Aug 2012
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