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First, while the experience of acute migraine headache with associated nausea, vomiting, and hypersensitivity to a variety of environmental stimuli obviously may preclude the desire for sex or ability to achieve orgasm, research has indicated that women may find sex — particularly sex resulting in orgasm — to be effective in terminating that attack or, at least, reducing symptom intensity. For example, although there is not much evidence to suggest that the selective serotonin re-uptake inhibitors SSRIs such as fluoxetine eg, Prozac; Lilly and paroxetine eg, Paxil; GlaxoSmithKline are effective when used for migraine prevention, migraine is co-morbid with both depression and anxiety ie, the conditions occur together in the same individual more often than would be expected by chance alone. The SSRIs thus are prescribed frequently for migraine patients, and in both males and females all the SSRIs may reduce sex drive and inhibit or prohibit orgasm; less often they may produce erectile dysfunction. Verapamil, a calcium channel blocker, is frequently prescribed for migraine prevention, and while this drug does not affect libido or sexual performance, it may decrease sperm motility and thus promote infertility. Beta-blockers and cyclic antidepressants, 2 classes of drugs also commonly prescribed for migraine prevention, may cause erectile dysfunction in men.In the context of migraine, there are ample examples of sex 18 years reported having migraine or other severe headaches in the last 3. But sex and headache (particularly migraine headache, most relevant to this Toolbox) are linked in a variety of ways. First, while the experience of acute. 60 percent of migraine sufferers, 37 percent of cluster headache patients who reported having sex during an episode relieved symptoms...the end of the story look at the video above ↑ ↑ ↑
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