Thanks so much for the helpful info….mvestuto
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Thanks so much for all your thoughts and suggestions and prayers. That means so much. Our sex life was average but as he aged, he would experience anxiety about it, till finally, it became easier not to try. We do things together, such as dining out, vacationing, having coffee together, church activites. Doing those things, actually makes me more sad, knowing that nothing more, will happen. I’m hoping the Zoloft will help him to relax.
My husband has been embarrassed and anxious about it. That’s why he was just started on Zoloft, to maybe remove some of his performance anxiety, which actually doesn’t help. He does not talk about it because he says he feels bad. We have acknowledged how it makes both of us feel.
I am a 53 year old woman married to a 66 year old man, who has completely lost all interest in sex. He says he has no desire, doesn’t even think about sex. We have had his testosterone checked. It’s normal. He has tried Viagara, but stopped, as it gives him bad headaches. We saw a Urologist, who determined that his problem is 100 percent psychological, due to the fact that he has occasionally woken up, with a morning erection. He just started on medication for anxiety problems; Zoloft, in hopes that it will help his anxiety, that might be giving him performance problems. This has been difficult for me. I’m an attractive, thin woman, who works out five days a week. Does anyone have any experience with this issue? Ideas? Insight?