Libido loss effect of Diazepam

We have 180 consumer reports for Diazepam. Libido loss effect occurred in 2%.

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Diazepam Circle Diagram 3 consumers of 180 reported about Libido loss

  1. Roger L. Godfrey says:
    4.0 rating

    Diazepam for Pain (back); Sleep disorders

    Diazepam: I started taking diazepam because I was feeling restless and anxious. At first it was great. However, after years of taking not more like at first, it no longer worked in a new anxiety attack. I had to overcome everything myself – headache. Whether it is degraded faster in smokers, I can not say. All I know is that in the last few years I have taken 20-100mg every 2-4 days. In part, I think that I just wanted to rest and the high dose was not necessary. Side effects I had / felt like this: lethargic, mood swings, loss of libido – but no total loss, loss of interest. Now I have not taken anything for 200 hours. The side effects became uncomfortable for me. I feel everything on the body tingling, changes in taste, difficulty falling asleep, motor skills when very inaccurate, even back pain. In general, my sense of touch is disturbed. So I took 10mg after the first weaning and am disappointed that I could not keep it up, but I keep going so I only took 10mg. Let’s see how it goes on. Morphine and Morphine Retard: 20 years ago I got morphine vials of 20mg and later morphine retard tablets of 100mg. Initially, I injected morphine daily 80-140mg then I got from my doctor 100mg Tabl. 3 times a day 100mg there with me after 8h. the effect wore off. I have to say that morphine helps a lot but after years you have to increase the daily dose otherwise it only helps to a limited extent. Side effects: Definitely constipation but bearable by the doctor. Otherwise, I do not know if the other side effects come from diazepam. Hydromorphone: taking 16mg 3 times a day. Slight improvement in pain. Side effects: constipation.

  2. Beverly R. Silcox says:
    3.5 rating

    The diazepam I take to the night, and it is very good at anxiety and panic attacks, leir makes it dependent in the long run. With the Cerazete pill I am supe ufriedn.Sie has shown no side effects to me so far. Did not increase, except Libido loss ,that’s a disadvantage.

    Side effects: Libido loss; Dependence
  3. Daniel D. Defalco says:
    3.0 rating

    I take citalopram and diazepam for the treatment of panic attacks / anxiety. Citalopram is used as a long-term drug, diazepam as an adjunct drug for acute cases. This is my second time on this medication. As side effects of citalopram, I have found: – increased perspiration – significantly varying sexual excitability – fatigue, which is exacerbated in depressive episodes – decrease in inhibitions, which is reflected for example. When you drink alcohol, especially at the beginning of the medication, you may start to feel light-headed, tired, confused – after (gradual) withdrawal, you will be normalized within a few weeks (at least that’s how it is with me), but this transition is currently. not easy to accept because of inexplicable rages and the like. In a certain way, you come back to yourself, but over corners and edges. Otherwise, citalopram has a stabilizing effect. If I experience stronger attacks of hyperventilation or an anxiety state, then I have to use diazepam – the dosage varies according to severity. As a side effect of Diazepam, I can list no other than the inner contentment to the effect of the drug (-> almost addictive). The drug works reliably, is quite well tolerated, but should not be used for nothing – otherwise it may just be too good to treat acute situations with only diazepam, which offers the drug even in less acute situations. So a little caution is not wrong when dealing with Diazepam.