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Reduced sex drive after taking escitalopram and crestor. Any advice?

Hi, I m on various daily medication and have found an unusual drop in sex drive or interest in sex. My wife has noticed and mentioned her concern also. I suggested to her that maybe one or more of my daily medication could be responsible. I m 54 y.o. Medication is as follows: Escitalopram 10mg, Somac 40mg, Crestor 20mg, Metoprolol 50mg. Any help or advice will be most appreciated
Asked On : Wed, 20 Mar 2013
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You are definitely right.
In fact out of all the medicines you are using,at least three of them are causing low sex drive.
If you are really being bothered about the sexual life,then you would have to talk to your doctor for revision of prescription.
Till you are able to get your medicines changed,do the following
Do regular aerobic exercises for 40 minutes a day
Reduce your weight
Quit smoking,if any
Moderate your alcohol consumption
Go for yoga and meditation
Answered: Wed, 20 Mar 2013
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