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    An_248367 posted:
    My husband is on Lisinopril 10 mg and since he has been on it he is unable to ejaculate. He can get an erection but just cant ejaculate. Someone please help. I am open for suggestions
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    LL123 responded:
    My fiance is now going through the same thing. I feel so badly for him. He is also taking Lisinopril along with a few other medications. I guess we know which one is the culprit.
     
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    Anon_320 responded:
    There are quite a few blood pressure medications to choose from, so asking to try a different one would be completely reasonable.


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