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i'm having problems being sexually attracted to my husband. what are some things i can specifically discuss with my md? i'm 23, and have been married for almost 4 years (no kids.) i have always had a very high sex drive, but have always had problems with

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Dr. Heidi Fowler
25 years experience Psychiatry
Hello. : Hello. There is not always a medication to fix things. Problems with a relationship often translate into problems with sexual intimacy. You can't use a drug to over-ride your lack of sexual excitement with your spouse. I suggest, you might want to see a counselor. It would be a great place to get reality feedback and to develop ideas on how to improve the sex. Take care.
Answered on Oct 3, 2016
Dr. Steven Griggs
39 years experience Clinical Psychology
Start with an: OB-GYN to eliminate any obvious physical problem. Then, if clear, go to a sex therapist or MFT, or Psychologist to see what lurks behind this behavior. Sounds like relationship issues, but you'll need to explore a bit to be sure.
Answered on Jun 25, 2019

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