Hi, i'm 24 years old and i'm married. Newlywed actually. I'm having a huge problem. I have no sex drive. I mean I can get turned on, have sex and even orgasm but I could also go days even weeks and not feel anything down there. No craving, no desire at all. Is that normal? I'm very attracted to my husband and I would like to have a healthy sex life. I'm young, that's why I can't understand it. I'll be 25 in a few months and I always thought my sex drive would increase with age. I 've tried supplements. No luck. What can I do?
Are you on birth control? I found that I had a lower sex drive while on birth control. Now, that I am off (hubby and I are TTC), I find that my sex drive is back. At least right now it is and I've been off birth control for almost 3 months.
Please let me know if anyone can answer this question. I just got married and I have never felt the urge either....It also hurts.. I am extremly troubled by this and would love to experience a healthy sex drive....
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