Orgasm abnormal is found among people with Bipolar disorder, especially for people who are female, 30-39 old, take medication Lamictal and have Bipolar disorder. We study 7 people who have Orgasm abnormal and Bipolar disorder from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, other conditions they have and drugs they take.
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Bipolar disorder (mood disorder) can be treated by Lamictal, Lithium carbonate, Seroquel, Abilify, Lamotrigine (latest reports from 48,170 Bipolar disorder patients)
Orgasm abnormal (abnormal sex satisfaction) has been reported by people with hypotension, rashes, cerebrovascular disorder, cardiovascular insufficiency, stroke (latest reports from 436 Orgasm abnormal patients).
On Aug, 22, 2016
7 people who have Bipolar Disorder and Orgasm Abnormal are studied.
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I had robotic prostactomy surgey about 15 months ago. Afterwards I experienced difficulty in ED (erections) but despite this I did experience some degree of orgasmic pleasure. My Urologist prescribed viagra and cialis for a few months, but the medication had no effect on my erections or aorgasms whatsoever. I could achieve by means of masturbation quite some fullness in the penis, but it never reached and maintained sufficient hardness for normal penetration; it also takes a very long time to reach some form of orgasm. Eventually I bought a vacuret pump and almost immediately I managed to have more than medium to even real hard erections, but orgasm did not really improve much. Thus, having firm erections with the assistance of the vacuret pump, but not the same intensity regarding orgasms. I am a daily user of Omex 20 (Omeprazole) for many years. Before the robotic surgery, this medication seemed not to have any real detrimental effect on my erections and my organisms. But after surgery, I start suspecting that it may perhaps have effect as to my ED and lack of (easily) acquired orgasm. I would like to hear from you any comments on this. I am otherhwise a very healty and even fit person (age 66 years).
Hi - Took suboxone a little over a year and had mania upon stopping in December. Got hospitalized. Four months later depression began. A psych put me back on. I feel some relief but not enough. He wants me to take more. I'm worried if I do I'll just increase my tolerance and still be depressed as higher doses wear off. He thinks the suboxone caused the symptoms and wants to see if I'm "normal" again at a higher dose. I do have a 10 year history of oxycontin use that stopped in 2011. I accidently got on suboxone after using pain pills for a broken foot (times two) in 2014. Any advice from people more experienced. I'm on a tiny dose (about .5 per day) and the doc wants me to take 4mg twice a day. What to do?
Hello,I'm Silvia Ramakers and i live in the netherlands. I have Gorlin probably since i was about 15 (diagnosed at older age,i'm almost 50 now btw). Had many BCC's through the years. But why i'm writing (and i hope anybody can help because i'm desperate) is that since a while i have more and ...
I was put on topamax to replace a drug that was causing side effects. The first time i took it after about an hour i was having to work at swallowing it took me five or six tries to be able to swallow. Is this a suspect in this problem i'm having?
I have been diagnosed with this thing. I seem to be deteriorating. I take gabapentin, efferil, Oxy, prednisone Along with metformin. I don't know if any of it is working. I just had to stop working. I.am always exhausted and both legs are at a level 7-10 on the pain scale. I have nights I wish I ...
I have Multiple Sclerosis and depersonalization. What can I do to get rid of my depersonalization caused by my MS? I thought depersonalization was caused by a lesion or lesions in the brain when you have MS. The definition of dp says it could be caused by MS, so I just assumed that. I have been ...
Hi - Took suboxone a little over a year and had mania upon stopping in December. Got hospitalized. Four months later depression began. A psych put me back on. I feel some relief but not enough. He wants me to take more. I'm worried if I do I'll just increase my tolerance and still be ...
Hey there. 41 year old divorced, single mother of two gorgeous girl all the way from South Africa. Was diagnosed with Bipolar Type 2 in October 2013 and have been learning how to cope and be 'normal'.
I was wondering if any Type I diabetics have been on Abilify and if it significantly affected their blood sugars. If so, were any of these other medications any better (diabetes-wise): Seroquel Zyprexa Risperdal Depakote Geodon Thank you!
My name is Kimberly. I'm 37. Single mom to a 15 and 5 yr old. Little guy is severely autistic. I have had depression, bipolar and PTSD since grade school. Still can't get my head right some times. Take a myriad of meds. Feel chained to them. I'm the only adult in my household, so no time for ...
Hi guys I'm Hale 19 years old and I'm really happy I found this group, right, so I just recovered from cannabis induced bipolar mood disorder with psychotic symptoms and I wanna chew khat like really, for its euphoric effects. I understand it's safe as long as it's not the drug that caused the ...
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