Our expert says:
When someone complains of loss of interest in sex SINCE a birth, it may be related to gynae problems which make intercourse more uncomfortable or even painful than it previously was ; or i may be that one is nervous about a further pregnancy and can resme enjoyment once contraceptuion is properly planned ; or it may be, as Maria points out, PND, Post-Natal Depression, which quite often follows the hormonal turmoil of pregnancy and childbirth.
And because you describe a broader loss of interest in "everything" this seems more likely, as it sounds like the pleasure-loss, the "anhedonia" typical of a depression. And depression, like anxiety, tends to reduce your ability to tolerate or cope with, situations you previously managed fine.
DO see a shrink for an assessment as if you have PND, it generally responds well to treatment and this would have you feeling much better ; and then consider whether marriage counselling could enhance the mariage to a degree you might then welcome, or at least enable you to make a more carefully considered decision about possible separation
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