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Psychopharmacol Bull. 2006;39(1):117-9.

Priapism and quetiapine: a case report.

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UCSF/AIDS Health Project, San Francisco, CA 94114, USA. Boston@itsa.ucsf.edu

Abstract

Priapism is a "persistent erection not accompanied by sexual desire or stimulation, usually lasting more than six hours and typically involving only the corpora cavernosa." Here we report on a gay male patient from our HIV/AIDS mental health clinic who developed serious priapism on quetiapine and recreational amphetamine. Gay men are at high risk for amphetamine use, and as such, this potential association between priapism, quetiapine, and amphetamine use should be considered in making prescription decisions with these patients.

PMID:
17065976
[Indexed for MEDLINE]

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