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While many illicit drugs heighten sexual desire, they often impair sexual performance.

Reviewed by P.W. Payne, M.D. | Public Health

Using drugs to enhance sexual pleasure can lead to physical, mental and legal hazards.

Long story short: Cocaine use can make it difficult for a guy to get an erection.

Before you yell 'Party!' know the negative impact the party drug 'X' can have on your sex life.

Negative perceptions of the term 'narcotic' are based on old outcomes. New medicines are safer.

Though effective in the short term, long-term narcotics use has its share of serious risks.

While many people don't think twice, it turns out uppers can be a real downer for your penis.

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