If you're being treated for depression, it might well have a lot to do with why you're either uninterested in sex or having issues with sex. And the answer to "fix" either concern doesn't necessarily come in the form of a script.

Dr. Petar Bajic, a urologist at the Cleveland Clinic, said that when a patient comes to him worried about performance in the bedroom and is taking antidepressants, he knows that he has to treat the whole patient. "This isn't simply about sex alone," Bajic said.

So instead of simply defaulting to prescription erectile dysfunction (ED) meds, Bajic said he first talks to the patient about sex therapy, which he believes more physicians should seek as a solution early on.

"I want men to have someone to trust about their experiences,"