I have encountered a major problem with my libido. It seems to have left me. I don't have a want or need for sex anymore. My husband and I lived in seperate cities for a month and half during a major move and even with out him I was not missing or wanting sex. With him out of the picture then I know it's not him right? The worst of it is that it's caused many arguments for us. Each one seems to make it worse. I've even addressed it with my primary care doctor and endocrinologist. (I'm type 1 diabetic)My endocrinologist seems to think I might have poly cystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). I have to do some more lab work to find out for sure. I have tried to make myself be in the mood but that doesn't help of course. The pressure I put on myself to want sex is incredibly hard. To top off the problem my husband told me the other day that he had been seeing another woman for a month (3 dates, although I can't figure how or when). He says he "only kissed her". He says he is to blame but also says that he did it because he needed to feel desired. I understand completely that aspect but what about my feelings and already large concerns about my sexual health? Anybody got any words of wisdom on this subject?
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