Nefazodone-induced clitoral priapism

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Abstract

Abstract:

A case is presented of painful priapism of the clitoris lasting 3 days, with a strong temporal association with the administration of nefazodone hydrochloride. Priapism has been described as a rare side-effect of drugs with high α1-adrenergic blocking potential. However, theα1 -adrenergic blocking potential of nefazodone is moderate. Drug-induced clitoral priapism has been described for citalopram, bromocriptine, fluoxetine and trazodone combined with fluoxetine. To our knowledge, this is the first report in the literature about priapism of the clitoris associated with

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