Washington: Researchers have revealed that Gabapentin, a medication commonly used in treating neuropathic pain, seizures and biopolar disease in elderly patients may lead to an absence of orgasm.
This is in contrast to only 10 cases involving younger patients with an average age of 38 years reported since the introduction in 1993.“If anorgasmia does occur, patients should be reassured that it is reversible and likely dose dependent,” suggested Perloff. The study appears in the current issue of the American Journal of Geriatric Pharmacotherapy. ANI
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