Infertility and Meds
Mar 22, 2008
Hi Dr. Henry:
I'm on Atripla and Lexapro. Can prolonged use either of these drugs make a man 40 years old plus infertile? The reason I ask is that I hope to one day to possibly have children naturally or through sperm washing.
Thanks and Good Bless.
Response from Dr. Henry
Most patients taking Atripla and Lexapro for years would not develop fertility problems, though the Lexapro can cause impotence in some patients. KH
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