Have You experienced Anorgasmia?

All medicines have benefits and risks. The risks of medicines are the chances that something unwanted or unexpected could happen to you when you use them, such as Anorgasmia. Side effects can be temporary or long-lasting, and vary in seriousness. It is important to monitor drugs for Anorgasmia and any other side effects. Sometimes Anorgasmia can be reduced with the right treatment.

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Drug Side Effect Episodes associated with Anorgasmia

Episodes: 1
Diagnosed with psychotic disorder What is  psychotic disorder, bipolar disorder What is  bipolar disorder.Side effects: anorgasmia, clumsiness, depression What is  depression, diarrhoea, dizziness What is  dizziness, hallucination, auditory, suicide attempt, tardive dyskinesia, treatment noncompliance More
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Diagnosed with asthma What is  asthma.Side effects: anorgasmia, sexual dysfunction More
Episodes: 2
Diagnosed with benign prostatic hyperplasia.Side effects: anorgasmia, ejaculation failure, erectile dysfunction What is  erectile dysfunction, prostatic operation More
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Diagnosed with ill-defined disorder.Side effects: anorgasmia, dysgeusia, flatulence, hypoaesthesia, sexual dysfunction More
Episodes: 4
Side effects: anorgasmia, ejaculation failure, erectile dysfunction What is  erectile dysfunction More
Episodes: 1
Diagnosed with anxiety What is  anxiety, panic reaction.Side effects: anorgasmia, constipation What is  constipation, sexual dysfunction, urticaria More
Episodes: 2
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Diagnosed with alcoholism What is  alcoholism, bipolar disorder What is  bipolar disorder.Side effects: anorgasmia, encephalopathy More
Episodes: 2
Diagnosed with hypertension.Side effects: anorgasmia, balance disorder, hypertension, irritability, muscular weakness, sleep disorder What is  sleep disorder More
Episodes: 2
Diagnosed with erectile dysfunction What is  erectile dysfunction.Side effects: anorgasmia, erection increased, overdose, painful erection More
Episodes: 7
Diagnosed with panic attack.Side effects: aggression, anorgasmia, depression What is  depression, derealisation, impaired self-care, intentional self-injury, irritability, libido decreased, nightmare More
Episodes: 3
Diagnosed with libido decreased.Side effects: agitation, anorgasmia, anxiety What is  anxiety, depression What is  depression, insomnia, irritability, nausea What is  nausea, restlessness, sneezing More
Episodes: 16
Side effects: anorgasmia, ejaculation failure, frustration, therapeutic response decreased More
Episodes: 15
Diagnosed with depression What is  depression.Side effects: anorgasmia, aphonia, insomnia, loss of libido, weight increased More
Episodes: 2
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Diagnosed with blood cholesterol increased.Side effects: anorgasmia, erectile dysfunction What is  erectile dysfunction, inguinal hernia More
Episodes: 32
Diagnosed with depression What is  depression.Side effects: anorgasmia, appetite disorder, ejaculation disorder, weight increased More
Episodes: 2
Diagnosed with depression What is  depression, panic attack, disturbance in attention.Side effects: anorgasmia, disturbance in attention, fall What is  fall, fatigue, somnolence, vertigo More
Episodes: 1
Diagnosed with pain What is  pain, skin disorder, disturbance in attention.Side effects: anorgasmia, incontinence, libido decreased, squamous cell carcinoma More

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