Thank you for your question, and I can understand why this is distressing for you. In order to provide an accurate diagnosis, I would need to review your entire medical history and perform a thorough physical exam. In addition, you may require additional testing such as blood work. Only after collecting this information will it be possible to suggest a possible diagnosis. Therefore, I strongly encourage you to schedule an appointment with a primary care physician.
There are many potential causes for low libido, or sex drive. Many chronic medical conditions can lead to general unwellness, and this can also affect your libido. Certain endocrine disorders can also affect libido. For instance, thyroid disorders are often associated with decreased libido. Other hormonal disorders, including those affecting the pituitary gland, can lead to decreased libido. I encourage you to discuss these possibilities with a primary care physician.
Some medications, most notably beta blockers and anti-depressants, can lead to decreased sex drive. Poor sleep can also affect libido. Many mental health disorders, including depression
, can affect libido. There are many psychological factors that affect libido, and any one of these could be playing a role. I strongly encourage you to discuss these issues with a primary care doctor