My husband is 40 years old and is struggling with the same issue. He was afraid it was his medications, (he’s on blood pressure medication also) . He went in to see a hormone doctor and come to find out his testosterone levels have dropped dramatically. I really like his testosterone doctor because even though my husband was on the low-end of normal he still treated my husband because of his symptoms . My husband has been on testosterone therapy for over a year now and he says he feels like a new man. His doctor does all of the follow-up testing every three months to make sure his cardiac health stays OK because of the testosterone. My husband was also dealing with fatigue, muscle loss, enlarged testicles, and interrupted sleep. All have resolved when he started taking the testosterone . And I’ll say I am a happy wife, LOL ;)
Hi, Im not a guy, but I did hear during a radio show that featured some doctors that BP medication isn't the culprit of low libido. The doctor suggested that men that find that this becomes a problem should have their testosterone levels checked. Not sure if that means another medication to help in that area, but it sounded like something that would be worth checking out.