Question: Which beta-blockers cause erectile dysfunction?

Erectile dysfunction is reported in studies of patients taking a range of beta-blockers, including carvedilol, and therefore it is considered to be a class-wide adverse effect.

Which blood pressure medication is least likely to cause erectile dysfunction?

Most blood pressure medicines do not cause erectile dysfunction (ED). These include ACE inhibitors, ARBs, and calcium channel blockers. There are two main types of blood pressure medications that can cause erectile dysfunction: beta blockers and diuretics.

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