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Dr. Mark Reynolds Dr. Reynolds

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Dr. Gebrehana Zebro (formerly Woldegiorgis) Dr. Zebro (formerly Woldegiorgis)

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Not a pill: She need to be evaluated by her obgyn or psychiatrist for the loss of libido. She may have organic reason including dyspareunia ( pain during sex ). depression or any other cause of loss of libido. It is better to get to the bottom of the problem before trying to fix it. . Read more

3 doctors agreed:

Dr. Marcie Berman Dr. Berman

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Often SSRI's: Social anxiety is often treated with SSRI 's such as Paxil. Zoloft. Lexapro. etc. However, identifying, the specific SSRI that will help you may take some time. Get evaluated by a psychiatrist who can work with you on finding the best medication. Also, therapy can be quite helpful so consider that as well as meds. Often a combination of both works best. . Read more

3 doctors agreed:

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Dr. Heidi Fowler Dr. Fowler

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There isn't enough: Information provided to answer this question. Which type of medication are you referring to. Please clarify and re-ask. . Read more

Feeling stressed out: I'm so sorry - it sounds like you are having a really hard time right now. I hope you continue to write music. It can be a great way to cope with stress and other powerful emotions. You may also need to talk to someone about your feelings and frustrations, a friend, family member, counselor, or clergy. It isn't always easy, especially when you feel angry, but it might help. I'm glad you wrote. . Read more

2 doctors agreed:

Dr. Mark Reynolds Dr. Reynolds

2 doctors agreed:

300 mg: I agree with dr pappas that it is always best to check with the pharmacist dispensing the medication. The numbering however would be consistent with a 300 mg Bupropion Hydrochloride generic of wellbutrin. . Read more

1 doctor agreed:

Dr. Gebrehana Zebro (formerly Woldegiorgis) Dr. Zebro (formerly Woldegiorgis)

1 doctor agreed:

Not a pill: She need to be evaluated by her obgyn or psychiatrist for the loss of libido. She may have organic reason including dyspareunia ( pain during sex ). depression or any other cause of loss of libido. It is better to get to the bottom of the problem before trying to fix it. . Read more

3 doctors agreed:

Dr. Marcie Berman Dr. Berman

3 doctors agreed:

Often SSRI's: Social anxiety is often treated with SSRI 's such as Paxil. Zoloft. Lexapro. etc. However, identifying, the specific SSRI that will help you may take some time. Get evaluated by a psychiatrist who can work with you on finding the best medication. Also, therapy can be quite helpful so consider that as well as meds. Often a combination of both works best. . Read more

3 doctors agreed:

Dr. Oscar Novick Dr. Novick

3 doctors agreed:

4 doctors agreed:

Dr. Heidi Fowler Dr. Fowler

4 doctors agreed:

There isn't enough: Information provided to answer this question. Which type of medication are you referring to. Please clarify and re-ask. . Read more