Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) can cause impotence. This condition is usually recognized during early childhood, and may continue to some degree throughout adult life. The symptoms associated with ADD are short attention span and hyperactivity.
Adderoll, a combination of dextroamphetamine and amphetamine is the treatment of choice for ADD. At first the drug may boost sex drives, but over time diminishes interest in sex.
Impotence is the major obstacle for men with ADD. Clinical studies have shown amphetamines can reduce testosterone levels. And testosterone level is the benchmark for determining erection function in men.
Common side effects of Adderoll include anxiety, nervousness, dizziness, tremors and decreased libido.
Antidepressants like Adderoll can be effective in treating ADD, but it reduces blood flow, which is the key to erection function. Reduction in blood flow can result in impotence.