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Guest from UK! PSSD: Sexual Dysfunction from psychiatric drugs

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SSRI and other psych drugs cause sexual inhibition, but doctors are likely to tell you "It's a minor annoyance." However, both men and women are reporting complete numbness and total inability to function sexually. Even worse, the condition, now called PSSD, is often permanent. Since this effect is so devastating and can be embarrassing to talk about, it is grossly underreported.

Daryl from the UK joins us tonight to discuss his own experience and the data he continues to collect. He has experienced retalliation as a whistle-blower also.

Listeners should be aware that we will not shy away nor skirt around this difficult topic. We will discuss the situation openly and frankly. Therefore, it may not be appropriate for children to hear. This is a tough, but vital issue.

Follow Daryl: pssdblog.blogspot.com

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