Low libido problem

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    Oct 24, 2013 2:24 PM GMT
    Hello everyone,

    I have just signed up today so I am new here. I don't have any public pics as im pretty shy and don't have much confidence :/

    Well, here goes : I am a gay 20 year old guy and I have been taking Sertraline (Zoloft) for several months due to depression, low confidence and anxiety etc. one thing I have noticed is that my libido has dropped and I find it difficult to achieve a rock hard erection and it takes ages to ejaculate. I just don't seem to be sensitive down there. The only enjoyable part at all is the orgasm. That can't be normal??!

    Is there anything I could do to increase my libido? Anyone suggest and good supplements for this problem? I really don't want to have to switch medication if at all possible.

    I don't feel 20 at all and it makes me sad. I should be super horny and get rock hard just by thinking about a hot guy.
  • Iota

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    Oct 31, 2013 12:22 AM GMT
    My bf is dealing with something similar. I can tell you what the doctor told us. She said that he needs more sleep. Men produce more testosterone while they sleep, and that has a big effect on how much drive you have. Also you may change things up with how you stimulate yourself, maybe break out some porn or get a chat buddy to cam with. Those are some idea, best of luck!!
  • MikeBones

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    Feb 06, 2020 12:50 AM GMT
    Could be a thyroid problem, I had hypothyroidism at 35 and my libido went down. I started to control the symptoms with synthroid, and with the help of Maca 500 mg and Tribulus 500mg I came back to the business icon_biggrin.gif, like in my early days. But you have to be sure you find the highest concentrations, always i'm able to find highest concentrations in www.andryos.com, more is better.
  • casey

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    Feb 25, 2020 5:23 AM GMT
    There are some natural testosterone boosting food you can get in the supermarket. icon_biggrin.gif

    https://www.dtapclinic.com/articles/7-testosterone-boosting-foods-that-you-can-find-in-the-supermarket/
  • eaglemasc

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    May 05, 2020 12:48 AM GMT
    hi same problem here. I'm trying to trace it how it comes to me. I was a sex maniac let say, sorry for the word. but the last 1 year it gets drops. Porn movie and bath house are not making me interested any more. if see a romantic movie, my mind will say...oh bull shit, it just american movie too much dreaming. I'm getting worry and worry
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    May 14, 2020 3:44 PM GMT
    Antidepressants are notorious for affecting libido. Different antidepressants may not have the same effect. Feel comfortable talking to your doctor about the problem. They've heard it before and often they CAN help.

  • RonnieBeach

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    Jun 01, 2020 1:26 PM GMT
    Wow babe...at your age , 20....you should have absolutely no problems , I remember when I was 20....not getting hard was sometimes a struggle..........Well for me , now I`m 44 and gay....I had my doctor prescribe me Testosterone injections once every 2 weeks...I`m now able to do it at home , so it makes it really convenient.......has made a world of difference in my libido.....I feel so much better , cock works like it was your age again.......but again I`m 44........so at your age , that`s really surprising.....I`d suggest having your doctor do blood test....something is big time amuck....this should not be happening at your age

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  • casey

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    Jun 08, 2020 8:47 AM GMT
    QUOTE AUTHOR GOES HEREHaving low levels of testosterone or Testosterone Deficiency Syndrome is common and can occur in about 1 in every 200 men under the age of 60 and 1 in 10 men over the age of 60. Commonly the symptoms may be subtle and thus can be easily overlooked as “Oh, it’s just part of aging.”

    As men age, levels of testosterone drop by about 1-1.5% each year after age of 30 but not all males experience the drop in levels. It is known from studies that the more overweight you are, the faster the decline in the levels of testosterone. In addition, it has been shown in studies that low testosterone levels are associated with cardiovascular risks like coronary arterial disease and metabolic syndrome including type 2 diabetes.


    https://www.dtapclinic.com/articles/low-testosterone-low-libido/
  • Fritter

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    Jul 14, 2020 12:18 PM GMT
    I'm about to turn 50 and Mr Happy is up most mornings before I am!
  • markyspain

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    Aug 26, 2020 8:05 PM GMT
    Fritter saidI'm about to turn 50 and Mr Happy is up most mornings before I am!


    thats why I want you sooooo much!