|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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