Low Sexual Drive

A low sex drive can interfere with sexual activity and cause problems in relationships. It can be caused due to low sex hormones production, a side effect of some medicines (statins, beta blockers, antipsychotics), depression, stress, sleep deprivation, smoking, alcoholism, and chronic illness like cancer, fibromyalgia, and arthritis.

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Is there something as sexual compatibility with a partner?

Query: Hello doctor, When it comes to physical intimacy, my partner enjoys having sex with me. I am a male. For me, it seems blunt. In spite of the erection, my penis seems less sensitive and there is very little excitement. Is there something like sexual compatibility? That is, is one only compatible wit...  Read Full »


Dr. Poosha Darbha

Sexologist

Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. Yes, it sometimes happens this way. You get an erection and can do intercourse because you are (probably) excited at the prospect of having sexual interaction with this woman, who you seem to have good chemistry with. But, you also probably did not realize at that ti...  Read Full »

I am losing sex interest and have premature ejaculation. What can be done?

Query: Hi doctor, Firstly, I would like to inform that I had got married eight years back. For the past eight years, my sexual life was going fine. Recently within a few days due to workload and pressure, I am losing my sex interest and I am just 31 years old. I have a kid of 5 years old. And during inter...  Read Full »


Dr. Poosha Darbha

Sexologist

Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. As you may be aware, stress in most forms will affect sex. But since it is only temporary and will vanish once the stress is alleviated (or you learn to manage it), your sexual performance will also return to normalcy. For more information consult a sexologist online -...  Read Full »

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