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21 & Never In The Mood For Sex?!

By Anonymous May 17, 2012 - 12:28am
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I'm starting to get worried..My sex drive was normal when i was a teenager, however for the past sum odd years I've had NO sex drive! I'm fairly attractive & get offers all the time! I even been with somebody for a 1year & we didn't have sex that whole time because I couldn't get horny- in the mood- at all (relationship ended because). I went to the doctor & had blood work done & everything came back completely normal. Hormone levels, thyroid, iron, it all was normal. I work out 3x a week & eat healthy, take my vitamins, & my stress/anxiety is not even a factor to me since I truly have nothing to fret over. Its been 3yrs & I'm totally fine that I haven't had sex??!! That's weird to me! I even spent a whole day to myself pleasuring myself by reading, touching, watching all kinds of porn to see my likes/dislikes; I can always get myself to orgasm & such, but I want to be able to do that with my man! Why do I have ZERO sex drive?? Even the doctor not sure sadly. Please help me some way

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Hi Anon,

Welcome to EmpowHER.  If you had blood work done and everything is fine.  You should then consider seeing a psychotherapist.  Sometime a woman can have emotional problems and not know it.  Such as depression, anxiety, stress and many others and this can affect your sex drive.



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