In most cases, once you can define what your real definition of "loss of desire" is, you can find a 'cure' for the problem
- assuming you want to!
More questions and some possible answers to consider:
• Are your hormone levels or some medication
causing your body to respond differently? Talk with your doctor about this possibility.
you consuming too much alcohol or other recreational drugs? While they can both ramp up your desire initially,
they can both totally destroy it too.
• Are you experiencing vaginal discomfort or pain? It can be medically
addressed - discuss it with your doctor!
• Are you suffering from sleep deprivation or physical exhaustion?
Again, discuss this with your doctor!
If you are feeling less lovable or less presentable have a good pep talk with yourself or see a counselor for help with
your self image.
You need to figure out if there is something beyond the fact that your hormones are 'out of kilter' that is triggering
your apathy on this subject.
Reconsider just what it is about your loss of desire that you can personally address. Your lack of response may simply
need a change of pace on your part or that of your partner. Be willing to suggest new things to try...or at least
listen when your partner does! Talk about things, be open to some experimentation. Let your intimate moments become
You may well discover that, just because things have changed, your libido has not gone down the proverbial drain.
Maybe it just needs a kick in the butt, or maybe your idea of what it 'should be' needs an attitude adjustment!