Likely no link since you quit but you could call the manufacturer from the med site. If you hear any anecdotal evidence here it has a high possibility of being incorrect.
You don't say if you had a low sex drive as a consequence of taking ssris -- did you? Or do you just have it now that you've stopped? When you stopped, did you have and do you still have withdrawal symptoms, or was it a clean break? Did you have low sex drive before you started the ssris because of depression -- some people get a higher sex drive when they have mental problems to kill the pain, so this is a very individual thing. And finally, are you feeling depressed? Answering these questions can tell you if being on an ssri for so long has had a long-term effect on your neurotransmitters, which many researchers believe happens to many people -- it can take a long time for the brain to readjust to functioning without the help of a drug and for some people the brain just doesn't completely do it. But what you really want isn't, probably, an intellectual answer to your question -- you want to have a level of sex drive that makes you happy. One way to achieve that is to work on it the way you'd work on anything else -- find what really turns you on and do it and see if the fire doesn't come back.