Impotence effect of Zyprexa

We have 276 consumer reports for Zyprexa. Impotence effect occurred in 2%.

Patients statistics on Impotence side effect for Zyprexa


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Zyprexa Circle Diagram 6 consumers of 276 reported about Impotence

  1. Francis M. Magana says:
    3.5 rating

    Zyprexa for Trauma

    On 03.12.2000 I had a car accident with cerebral hemorrhage and was in a coma for 3 weeks. My first memories are from my Sofort Reha in Pulsnitz. At that time I was an acute patient in a closed ward. I got carbmazepine and an unknown amount of olanzapine (Zyprexa). I guess it was more than 50mg olanzapine or even more I got the day. My normal weight was about 70kg and I weighed through the Zyprexa suddenly over 80kg. The solution was on the package leaflet of Zyprexa, greater hunger and water retention. I did not have a stomach, but my whole body was crisp without end. My ass and wow. The side effect and one does his liver so nothing good. (Liver enlargement) My doctor told me that the Zyprexa produces female hormones and in my dosage beyond 30 mg my face has become rounder, the butt looked crisp, and looked just great. The side effects and one should renounce sex (you can not get high) and the eating behavior mutates into a feeding behavior. On the stuff and me on station and I have filled the rolls without end. The hunger feeling was the bright madness. Currently I’m still taking Zyprexa but my current 10mg Olanzapin and there is still synonymous with the sexuality. At the moment I weigh 86kg but this is just a little bit fatter. mfg Thomas (if you have questions, mail to

  2. John S. Nakayama says:
    3.0 rating

    Zyprexa for Depression

    Trevilor: loss of libido, anorgasmia, hypertension Paroxetine: even more impotence, relationship problems by Zyprexa: Belongs in my opinion, triggers diabetes from feeding attacks, total sedation, had arrhythmias, thought I die, even then called (at night) ambulance, dizziness , immediately discontinued, never again. Try to get along without SSRI, but fear again to fall into a Lo0ch. Suffering from depression since childhood hallucinogen abuse (hashish and LSD), SSRI has been the only effective one

  3. Matthew B. Shorter says:
    4.0 rating

    Zyprexa for Psychosis

    Loss of thoughts, not ending weight gain within 7 years by about 58 kg in normal diet and exercise, water retention, potency disorder, listlessness in the morning, confused thoughts and suggestibility, state of train atrophy and all at one dose 30 mg film-coated tablets side effects lasted until Settling and switching to Solian, weight has then dropped by about 35 kg

  4. Brian I. Forrest says:
    3.5 rating

    Zyprexa for Depression

    The abandonment of Zyprexa is hell. I was diagnosed with bipolar disorder in September 2006, which later proved false. I then got the neuroleptic Zyprexa. In the beginning it was 5 mg. After the first name, I was fine, but it was not really good. In October 2006 I felt very bad again, I had very strong side effects. Zyprexa was changed to 2.5 mg, but I was getting worse, every day was terrible. I then got different dosages (15mg, 10mg, 7.5mg), but everything just got worse. Other medications were then tried out (Abilify, Amisulprid, Insidon, Zeldox), but I only felt worse, I only felt the side effects in all their violence. I just lay in bed in the totally darkened bedroom and wanted to die. Outside was wonderful summer weather, but I felt sick when I saw the blue sky. The suicidal thoughts were so strong that I was just planning how to end my life quickly. After several discussions with my doctor in psychiatry, he said that the drugs are paradoxical for me, I should not take them anymore. Also, Zyprexa was not correct, because I had neither a bipolar disorder nor a psychosis, but a depression. So I did not take anything anymore. After two days of exposure, I felt really bad, so I took another 2.5 mg of Zyprexa. It did not really improve me, but the withdrawal symptoms were not that strong. Now I only tried 2.5 mg Zyprexa every other day, which was reasonably well. I stayed for four weeks. Then I let them away completely, which was reasonably bearable. After three weeks without Zyprexa I felt very bad again, I lay in the darkened room all day and just wanted to die. My doctor said that was the withdrawal, I should go on. So I did not take Zyprexa, although I was feeling very bad. I could barely sleep, romped around in the bed and had terrible weaning symptoms (tachycardia, nausea, something like electrical shock through my body). My appetite was gone, I had to force myself to eat and that was very little. After another three weeks I felt a little better. Through Zyprexa I had become impotent, but this improved and the potency came back slowly. I have been taking no Zyprexa for eleven weeks and no other medications. I’m not feeling very well, but it gets better in very small steps. There is probably still a long way to go, but I have to go through it. I can only warn everyone to take Zyprexa if the diagnosis is not clear, but which doctor can do it. The risk of suicide in the weaning phase is very high and I’m still not free from it. My weight dropped from 88 kg to 81 kg during these eleven weeks, which I find positive.

  5. Chester G. Marshall says:
    3.5 rating

    Zyprexa for Depression

    Take 2.5 mg, previously 5 mg attempts to sell Zyprexa for weeks, it’s hell. Still have strong side effects: Misperception, high blood pressure, impotence, suicidal thoughts. My doctor said that Zyprexa is not addictive, but the withdrawal symptoms are very strong. My doctor now wants to support me through discontinuing psychotherapy.