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Whether prescribed or recreational, opioids and other medication can cause sexual complications.

Reviewed by Chris Kyle, M.D. | Urology

For pain management, opioids can be effective, but side effects may include sexual dysfunction.

Noticing changes in the bedroom following opioid use? Usually these effects aren’t permanent.

When it comes to opioids, it is important—possibly lifesaving—to separate fact from fiction.

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