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Discussion in 'Relationships, Discrimination, and Jealousy' started by D_Hammond Happydipper, Sep 15, 2010.
my brain is defective. boo
Visual Stimulation is null
sound, or touch. is null etc....
I have moments of interest, but never the motivation to do anything about it. It's like car shopping: why look at Porches when I'm the equivalent of a rusted-out 1975 AMC Gremlin held together by duct-tape and chicken-wire.....
Do you feel the same way or differently about the same sex?
get off the porn. reset your brain back to real life and people. that's what I'm trying to do. internet addictions can be destructive
I need somebody to love.
towards both sex's
i do not look at porn
Interesting. Have you always felt this way? Or, is there something odd going on in your life right now? Some soul searching, or some existential crisis, or some depression?
I think it's Psychological because I had Sexual Dream having sex with some women
must had to be pretty amazing to me as I woke up with the biggest morning wood I ever had seen before
Well that's good news! Your equipment obviously works, and an erotic dream got you hard.
What else gets you hard? You said that visual stimulation and sound and touch don't do much for you, and that you've always felt this way. What about words? Can x-rated (or other) stories get you excited? Or do you usually just close your eyes and use your imagination?
You do jack off, right?
yea still can not get me fully hard
Ok, I'm no expert in any of this, but I can repeat for you some (generic) advice that advice columnists frequently give:
Go to your doctor and tell them what is happening, and let them check you out. If you're on someone's insurance, you're set. Otherwise, save up the $100 or so -- it may be well worth it.
Among other things, a doctor can order tests that can make sure there's no physiological issue, including hormone imbalance. A doctor should be able to say whether any medications you are taking might be relevant. And, if all that turns out fine, a decent doctor will refer to you someone qualified to diagnose depression, bi-polar, and the like.
There are lots of things that might cause what you are feeling (including medications). In my opinion, you deserve to be happy and so you should take steps to figure out what's going on.
A question for other LPSG members: Have you experienced a low libido or a period of disinterest such as WD has described? Can you say how you got past it?
Seconding this. Humans are meant to be horny, a lack of sex drive is usually an indicator of something being a bit off physiologically.