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Molly Maloof, MD

Director of Clinical Content

propranolol and e.d.

I have PTSD and severe nerve disorder. Started taking propranolol 60 mg 3 times a day been taking for 7 months. 2 months ago started having e.d. problems. Dropped my dose to 20 mg twice a day. Now I am completely impotent. I want to know if there is anything else I could take that would act like propranolol but would not cause e.d. my marriage is suffering because of this.
  • Male | 42 years old
  • Complaint duration: 58 days
  • Medications: 300 mg of seroquel once a day. Injectable testosterone 10 mg of diazepam 3 times a day. 40 mg of cholesterol med
  • Conditions: Diverticulitis

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Propranolol can indeed affect your sex life especially at the higher doses but the seroquel and the valium can also affect your sex life in a negative way. Thats a serious dose of both drugs. You can always take viagra for erection but a more holistic approach would be to work on the PTSD. I am not putting down your meds but have you tried hyposis?, the alpha stim device ? (available at the VA), meditation or Yoga?
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Both Seroquel and Valium can cause impotence and ED. Your PTSD is also associated with loss of sex drive and ED. A low dose of injectable testosterone will have no effect on ED and you should be seen by an andrologist, endocrinologist specializing in male hormone issues.