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If you had a low libido would you have sex with your partner even if you didn't want to just for their sake?
Absolutely: Partnership means accumulating each other need.Get a more detailed answer ›
Probably not ...: There has been no magic pill to restore sex drive and libido. If any, practicing low-risk healthy lifestyle with no overindulgence & obsession is surest, but never be perfect or best, and yet, should be the core foundation of all healthcare as well as the key to longevity. Of course, one needs a basic evaluation to rule out any modifiable or correctable factors contributing to low sex drive. ...Read more
Lots of issues: Low libido/sex drive plus lack of pleasure from sex is a complicated issue. Take a look at your life. Any stress re work, money, family, friends, etc. Take a look at your health. Good or bad? Any chronic conditions? Medications? Depression? Do you smoke? Any other (illicit) substances? Or alcohol to excess? Consider addressing all this w/your family doc who can order a set of labs to evaluate. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Low sex drive: Many things may reduce libido. Frequent causes in young people is depression, anxiety, drug and alcohol use. Stress can also low testosterone. Medications can lower, such as antidepressants, antipsychotic meds, blood pressure meds. If this is your boyfriend, it may not be low sex drive, but a distraction of another outlet eg, another woman, man or internet. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
None proven.: There is no proven product that will do that. First you need to figure out why at 43 you have these problems. Your GP may be able to rule out underlying physical causes and address them. A decreased libido and fatigue can also be a sign of depression, anxiety, stress. The sexual problems by themselves can also indicate relationship problems. A psych eval may help. Good luck! ...Read more
I am 2 months pregnant but have lost desire for sex. is it normal? What should I do to improve my libido?
Don't Panic : There is no normal here. Everyone is different. Don't panic. Spend time together with your partner, create the right atmosphere for you and be sure to discuss what you are making together. The two of you may be concerned about hurting your new creation so a gentle exploration of the two of you may be in order ...Read more
Is there anything i can take to increase my libido whilst taking lexapro (escitalopram)? Have no desire for sex.
SRI Sex Dysfunction: 30-50% of people who take ssri anti-depressant medication experience sexual dysfunction. There are case reports showing that addition of other medications such as buspirone, amantadine, and bupropion have reversed ssri induced sexual dysfunction. However, rather than adding a second medication you might want to consider a different medication for depression than Lexapro (escitalopram) to avoid this side effect. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am 27 yr old female with loss of sex drive and it's affecting my marriage. Please help what i can do to increase libido.
Female. Had high libido between 16-18 y/o. I'm 19 now & I loss my libido. What happened to me? Is it abnormal to have low sex drive as a teen?
Could be due to: age, your partner or just normal aging process. Getting older and maturing might be calming you down. Its very hard to say. People's idea of low and high vary too. What is high for you sex every night? and low is now sex once a week, which might be perfectly normal. Try not to panic and accept yourself for who you are and find a partner who does too. Good luck. See a counselor for information ide ...Read more
Is buspirone known to cause a decrease in libido? I have been taking it for a month and a half and have noticed a huge change in my sex drive since
Yes: One of potential side effects.Get a more detailed answer ›
Sex refusal: Sex is a personal and a couple decision. It's important that you focus on increasing emotional closeness, resolving conflicts harmoniously, and communicating well. Your doctor can look for medical causes to lowlibido & offer a referral to couples therapy. A licensed professional can guide you in talking about what is causing inhibition and what to do to fix it before the relationship is damaged. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Physical and mental: Everyone is different, but generally the first thing to consider is your physical health and medications that might be affecting your libido. Then you need to look at your mental and emotional state as well as the mental and emotional state of your partner. This can be very complicated, but it can also be amazingly simple. Sometimes basic communication is all it takes. Therapy helps. Good luck! ...Read more
Decreased libido: Women's sex drive is more linked to the emotional state than man's ..... If you feel like you are not loved, respected, like you are not able to communicate with your partner... Libido is the first to go... Stress and exhaustion also play a big role for women... Take the time to get away with your partner... Stop and truly communicate with one another... Check out marraigetoday.Com .. ...Read more
I can't understand : Your question. Please reword it and resubmit it. Thanks. ...Read more
A complete...: ...evaluation, physical exam and possibly lab studies by your primary care physician is the place to start. Further work-up can proceed from there. Best. ...Read more
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