Does viloxazine really improve sex drive?
A double-blind controlled study

by
Bourin M, Ortega A, Larousse C
Br J Psychiatry 1986 May; 148:597-9


ABSTRACT

T he action of viloxazine on libido and sex drive was evaluated with a randomised controlled double-blind trial against placebo on a population of 26 male out-patients affected by primary depression (DSM III). Modifications in the sexual sphere were assessed by the ad hoc inclusion of a series of items in the Zung Self-Rating Depression Scale. Thus modified, the scale was administered at the beginning and the end of a four-week trial period. Viloxazine proved to have a considerable disinhibiting effect, whose principal expression level was a return to pre-depression levels of frequency in sexual relations.
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