Weak involvement or disinterest in sexuality's lifeI'm 26 years, female. My husband doesn't show any interest in having sex. It's always me who have to bring in topic of having sex. We both have a difference of 9 years. We got married three years back and have a girl baby of 1 year 5 months complete. We both fight very frequently. We start talking to each other ending up with fights. My sexuality's life is miserable. I sometimes feel we are living like a brother and sister. There is no romantic expression between us. Once he had meet with an electric shock accident. Due to that reason or because of family disturbances, I don't know the reason but he doesn't show any interest in sex on his own. I need your help doctor to lead a better life with my husband. Also he is into a rotational job. He stays with me for a month and leaves on job for two months. He is too much attached with his mother, and least bothered about me. Even in that one month he spends most of the time with his mother. I'm helpless and cannot discuss with anybody. Please show me a way to bring in interest in him.
[message edited by Nisha2 on Wed, 17 Feb 2016 02:44:49 UTC]
Nisha2 on 2016-02-17
Hi there, It is not a matter of physical weakness or loss of libido or anything related to sex in general. I suggest you take counseling with a good psychologist/family physician where he can help you out with this.
Loss of libido can just be a psychological issue. Talk to your husband as best as you can and when you can. If he is into any alcohol or smoking, ask him to reduce as best as he can. Sometimes just paying attention to each other is enough of a remedy.
As per homeopathic remedy is concerned, you have not mentioned if there have been any physical injury to head, lower abdomen, trauma, stress in life, abuse of alcohol, other habits. You can get best results if you narrow it down to either physical weakness or psychological.
VirajajiRavi 2 years ago
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