To the Editor: A total of 15%–45% of all cases of priapism are caused by medications, and psychotropic drugs are the most common offenders (1).In addition to trazodone, chlorpromazine, and thioridazine, clozapine has also been cited as a causative agent. Central α1-adrenergic blockade is the mechanism thought to mediate this side effect. Most patients with priapism, as described in the literature, were not rechallenged with clozapine after experiencing an episode of priapism. However, clozapine is often the treatment of last resort for patients with extremely refractory psychosis; we found in the literature two reports of reexposure to clozapine after occurrence of priapism. One patient had two recurrences of priapism when he began taking lower doses of clozapine (2). The other patient remained free of psychosis and priapism for 2 weeks after clozapine was reinitiated. He then became noncompliant with CBC monitoring, and clozapine was discontinued (3). We report a case of successful, long-term continuation of clozapine for a treatment-resistant schizophrenic patient after an episode of clozapine-related priapism.