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International Journal of Impotence Research

6.13.2017 | James Babcock
Metoprolol impotence
International Journal of Impotence Research

Effects of moxonidine and metoprolol in penile circulation in hypertensive men with erectile dysfunction: results of a pilot study. J Piha and R Kaaja. 1Mehilainen.

On the other hand, the treatment phases (8 weeks) were long enough to show the pure effect of both the drugs on penile circulation. This pilot study was a open crossover study. For safety and ethical reasons the washout period before either treatment were minimal.

One patient was on beta-blocker, two on calcium-blocker and one was without any drug treatment. Out of 11 patients, seven were on ACE inhibitor therapy when entering the study, but only two of them had monotherapy. The other five men took an ACE inhibitor in combination with a beta-blocker or thiazide diuretic.

There was no correlation between BP and resting/stimulated deep penile artery diameters or velocities (data not shown).

Common Side Effects of Toprol XL (Metoprolol Succinate) Drug

3.10.2017 | Sydney Carter
Metoprolol impotence
Common Side Effects of Toprol XL (Metoprolol Succinate) Drug

Toprol XL (metoprolol) is a beta-blocker prescribed for treating high blood mouth, constipation, heartburn, vomiting, diarrhea;; decreased sex drive, impotence.

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The table below lists adverse reactions in the MERIT-HF study that occurred at an incidence of ≥ 1% in the TOPROL-XL group and greater than placebo by more than 0.5%, regardless of the assessment of causality.

Miscellaneous: Musculoskeletal pain, arthralgia, blurred vision, decreased libido, male impotence, tinnitus, reversible alopecia, agranulocytosis, dry eyes, worsening of psoriasis, Peyronie?Ts disease, sweating, photosensitivity, taste disturbance.

Cardiovascular: Cold extremities, arterial insufficiency (usually of the Raynaud type), palpitations, peripheral edema, syncope, chest pain and hypotension.

In addition, there are adverse reactions not listed above that have been reported with other beta-adrenergic blocking agents and should be considered potential adverse reactions to TOPROL-XL.

This is not a complete list of side effects and others may occur.

Does metoprolol affect your libidodo andor cause ED?

9.16.2017 | Sydney Carter
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Does metoprolol affect your libidodo andor cause ED?

In clinical studies prior to the approval of metoprolol, there were no reported sexual side effects. Since metoprolol was approved, however.

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If a person does develop sexual side effects, such as impotence or a decrease in libido, it is difficult to know whether these problems are caused by another condition or metoprolol itself. However, if you develop any sexual side effects while taking metoprolol, make sure to talk with the doc. There is treatment that he or she may be able to recommend, such as an erectile dysfunction medication.

Erectile dysfunction after therapy with metoprolol the Hawthorne

10.17.2017 | Kaitlyn Kelly
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Erectile dysfunction after therapy with metoprolol the Hawthorne

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Both treatments were equally effective.

METO (100 mg/day) was given as a retard formulation. The hypertensive men were randomized into 3 groups. In group 1 patients were fully informed (they knew that the drug was METO and that it might induce ED). In group 2 patients were partially informed (they knew that the drug was METO, but were not informed that it might induce ED). In group 3 patients were not informed either about the drug used or about the possible occurrence of ED.

Erectile dysfunction after therapy with metoprolol the Hawthorne

7.14.2017 | Ashley Kendal
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Erectile dysfunction after therapy with metoprolol the Hawthorne

AIMS: It is often assumed that beta-blockers, e.g. metoprolol (METO), induce erectile dysfunction (ED) in men. However, cardiovascular diseases can also induce ED and there is also the possibility that psychological factors, such as fear of the disease and side effects of the prescribed drug, may also induce ED.

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Prejudice about the possible occurrence, i.e. the Hawthorne effect, of ED with METO facilitates the occurrence of this side effect in hypertensive men. Since the etiology of this ED is largely psychological, it is not surprising that placebo is as effective as tadalafil in reversing this side effect.

Both treatments were equally effective.

METO (100 mg/day) was given as a retard formulation.