Which medications can cause erectile dysfunction?

The following medications, among others, can lead to erectile dysfunction:

  • antidepressants;

  • antihistamines for allergies / hay fever;

  • fibrates for lowering cholesterol levels;

  • Diuretics prescribed for heart failure, kidney problems, and high blood pressure

  • beta-blockers used to treat high blood pressure;

  • corticosteroids;

  • Medication used to treat epilepsy.

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