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Can back pain medication cause erectile dysfunction? - drugdiscovery.com
Can back pain medication cause erectile dysfunction? - drugdiscovery.com


A large US study shows that men who are prescribed opioid drugs for back pain more often require medications for erectile dysfunction and testosterone depletion than those who have not taken the drugs.
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Tags: back pain, medication, opioids, erectile dysfunction, testosterone, depletion - August 18, 2013
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