For women: how to handle a man with a low libido
Normal testosterone levels vary. However, adult men are considered to have low testosterone, or low T, when their levels fall below 300 nanograms per deciliter.
There are several factors that could lead a man to have low libido. It could be problems with their personal or professional life, etc., which can stop them.
It is common to lose interest in sex from time to time and libido levels vary throughout life. It’s also normal that your interest sometimes doesn’t match that of your partner.
Apart from the medical reason, there are many other reasons and there is a right way to approach them all. So here is how you can deal with a man who has a low libido.
- Don’t ignore the situation
Don’t ignore the situation if the root cause is something very serious and stems from trauma in the past. If need be, try to convince your partner to go to therapy that they can be discreet about. Be his biggest support and take him very seriously
No sexual intercourse will ever lead to frustration and one or both partners will certainly bear the brunt of it. If no one responds to this without fighting a match, it will escalate the circumstances. To solve the problem, ask your partner what the real reason is and why he rarely wants to have sex. It can also be due to trauma.
Sometimes when the sex is mundane and the positions are boring, you have to step out of your comfort zone and ask your partner if he likes them. There are times when we ourselves don’t know that we like a certain position and when we accidentally or decisively try them, we surprise ourselves.
- Stop talking about work and take action
There have been cases where the stress at work is such that sex goes out the window. The thought of having sex and pleasing yourself in the midst of so many delays weighs on the libido. So talk it over, ask him to schedule some time for sex, and let him know that sex will make him feel good and take the stress off him. Many men also think clearly after sex.