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Please let me know , how old is he ?
Since how , he has this issue ?
Any history of anxiety , depression ?
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This issue was there since start of your marriage life , or it happen later ?
What is his profession ?
Ok , keeping his history in mind , it would be ideal to have his Testosterone levels , this hormones is necessary for sexual desire and activity in males , second low level of thyroid hormone can often have such symptoms of low libido .
I will suggest you to get his test as I mentioned above .
Second start treatment with Tab Sildenafil 100 mg once at bed time half hour before sexual activity .
Along with this he can have Tab Zoloft 25 mg after breakfast for 2 weeks .
If you follow above instructions for him , he will be ok soon .
So please proceed as I advised you .
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How tall is he? How much does he weigh? Any weight change? Does he erect early in the morning? How long have you been married? Do you have children? Is it consistent? Is it getting worse? Any other symptoms? Are you aware of anything which might have triggered it? Any medical problems? Any surgeries? Any medications including over-the-counter pills and herbs? Any family medical history? Does he have any blood tests and imaging studies for it?
What is the reason he had the thyroidectomy? Any medications?
Does he have nocturnal or early morning erections? It can tell he has psychological problem or physiological one.
If he has nocturnal or early morning erections, it is psychological one. If not, it is physiological one.
More likely reversible
If he doesn't have low active thyroid due to thyroidectomy, they could not be related.
It means he seems to have a psychological problem. He should have a nocturnal penile tumescence testing to confirm it. If it is comforted, he (and you) should see a psychologist or a sex therapist.
It is a sleep study. The device is attached to the penis to measure erection. Patients without testosterone can show some erection but not full erection.
As testosterone wanes, the penis gradually reverts to its prepubertal, mostly hairless, state.