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Anyone had treatment for a low libido?

(7 Posts)
HaveAGoodDay Wed 04-Jun-14 17:55:40

I've had some bloods tests done and the results indicate that I may have to have a 'testosterone' 'implant' of some sort as I've a non-existent sex drive. Has anyone else had this or similar treatment?

whatdoyoureallyknowaboutufo Thu 05-Jun-14 10:38:33

I've lost mine quite long while ago (as results of long illness)
never come back so I'm just giving up at the moment, but the reason for it: my situation is much more complicated which I suspect leaded to non treatment

Good luck with yours

HaveAGoodDay Thu 05-Jun-14 18:50:29

Aww, thanks for your reply whatdoyourelyknowaboutufo - I'm sorry to hear about your illness & it's such a frustrating situation to be in as it is, it's not great is it? There's the pressure & guilt - I do hope you find some kind of help or treatment. It's been a long time coming for me, trust me, I've gone through a few channels & back again, but finally I think I'm getting somewhere! Hopefully now for me the drs can see that it's not pyschological, as they are always too quick to assume & now see it as a physical problem! My body needs treatment!

Don't give up, I've felt like it many times ( in fact felt like it today after day I've had!) but I've just had to push on. Hoping one day things will be better. Tomorrow has to be a better day than today anyway!

thetruereallyhurts Wed 18-Jun-14 07:44:42

What I'm so sorry
I'm going to be brutally honest with you
there is a lot of medicines to treat your problem!
Your doctor lied to you or could not be bothered to treat you the proper way


I think your doctor is liar!!

MrsHoolie Wed 18-Jun-14 09:00:00

I'm interested in this thread. My libido is basically non existent. I saw a GP about something else and mentioned it and she said I should address it. I was surprised as I thought it would be something GP's wouldn't bother with.
I am on hormonal contraception though and perhaps that is the cause.

Canihaveonemoreslice Wed 18-Jun-14 21:54:49

I never knew they could even test or treat this. When I went to the gp about non existent libido they referred me to a sexual psycologist. Even though it wasn't helpful and didn't work.

stonecircle Wed 18-Jun-14 22:09:14

I'm 55 and mine took a complete nose dive 18 months or so ago. I'm wondering if it's worth going to the GP or if it's part and parcel of being post-menopausal.

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