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I have a major problem. I can’t seem to ejaculate after I’ve recently started taking Zoloft. I know it has a tendency to kill libido, but I just can’t cum for the life of me. I feel horny, but halfway through a session, I just lose all desire to have sex for some reason w/o cumming. Help please.