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I’ve been depressed for about four years, and I’ve been smoking marijuana to help me feel better. Since then, I’ve been having some problems with erectile dysfunction. Now I don't feel pleasure in sex and I don't get hard at all. I quit smoking marijuana about nine months ago, but still can't make my wife happy.
I have spina bifida and epilepsy. My medications are known to lower libido. Is there a test to find out if mine is lowered?
I’m a man who was born with spinabifida, and I developed temporal lobe epilepsy at the age of 10. I’m in my late 30s now, and I don’t have a lot of interest in sex...so I’m reluctant to start relationships. I have been taking medication for epilepsy for the last 15 years, but I just found out that it can contribute to a low libido. How would I know if I have a low libido? Is there a way to test it? Just know this for sure would increase my confidence in relating to the opposite sex.
I’ve had Type 2 diabetes for a few years, and my sex drive just isn’t what it used to be. Is there a connection or could it be something else?
I’ve had several prostate surgeries and hernia repairs. During the last hernia repair, the right testicle needed to be removed. Now my erections are inconsistent – sometimes they’re fine, and sometimes I’ll only last a minute. And when I have sex, I have a burning sensation in my groin area on the right side. I am 50 years old and too young to give up on sex. What can I do?
I am a 30-year-old who was born with an undescended right testicle. Can this issue make it more difficult for me to get an erection? Sometimes I don’t get aroused enough for sexual activity, unless I'm really comfortable with the woman and in a long-term relationship. What’s wrong with me?