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I have been in a situation like this and through bitter experience I can say that the worst thing you can do is listen to people who try to be heplful by suggesting you do this, that or the other. “Spice things up” “play it cool” “talk to him” “go to therapy” “get new lingerie”…. it is all utterly pointless. I participated in an online forum for people with “mismatched libidos” for a couple of years, and you know what? In the whole time I was on that forum, there were NO men who were the low libido partner in the relationship who joined the forum seeking help support or insight. There were women who wanted more sex than their men, tearing their hair out. There were men wanting more sex than their women, also tearing their hair out. There were also a lot of WOMEN who wanted less sex than their men, but who realised this was causing problems and threatening their relationship and who wanted to find a way to move forward, somehow or other. But like I say, there were NO men like your partner seeking a way forward. All that happens when you try to “solve” a situation like this is that you end up dancing round a maypole, while your partner stands still in the middle doing nothing. Any plan to solve any sort of relationship problem should involve BOTH partners actively committing to what HE is actually going to do, and what is it that YOU should do, in his opinion. Unless HE comes up with such a plan, and the input he suggests is equal on both sides in your view. then don’t waste time here, because that is all that you will do. Sorry to be so negative, but you cannot solve this on your own – nor should you even try. Good luck to you…

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'Only a third of men with erectile problems come forward for help. To admit that your sex drive is waning isn't a macho thing to do, so women have a vital role in getting their partners to seek help.'
Dr Edwards adds that low libido should always be investigated, and testosterone levels checked, to rule out any underlying medical condition. However, because some men have a higher natural resistance to testosterone than others, diagnosis can be more complex than a simple blood test, and consequently many men go undiagnosed, he says.

Low sex drive after steroid cycle

low sex drive after steroid cycle

'Only a third of men with erectile problems come forward for help. To admit that your sex drive is waning isn't a macho thing to do, so women have a vital role in getting their partners to seek help.'
Dr Edwards adds that low libido should always be investigated, and testosterone levels checked, to rule out any underlying medical condition. However, because some men have a higher natural resistance to testosterone than others, diagnosis can be more complex than a simple blood test, and consequently many men go undiagnosed, he says.

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