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Therapeutic Areas: Nephrology | Psychiatry/Psychology | Obstetrics/Gynecology (Women’s Health) | Endocrinology
Disease Category: Sexual Dysfunction
Location: United States, OR
Antidepressant Induced Sexual Dysfunction
Are Antidepressants Negatively Affecting Your Sex Drive?
Taking an antidepressant can negatively affect different aspects of your sex life. It can diminish your interest in sex, lower your libido and/or reduce your sexual performance. If your depression has improved on your antidepressant but you are experiencing lowered sexual function as result, you may qualify for an investigational medication research study.
To qualify, you must be:
- taking paroxetine (Paxil), sertraline (Zoloft) or citalopram (Celexa) for at least 8 weeks
- between the ages of 18-55
For more information about this antidepressant-induced sexual dysfunction study, please call Summit Research Network at 503-228-CARE (2273) or visit us online at
Summit Research Network (Oregon), Inc.
2701 NW Vaughn Street, Suite 350
Portland, OR 97010
Phone: (503) 228-CARE (2273)
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