Our expert says:
Ageing and Sexuality expert
Your man needs a thorough assessment. I would get all his blood tests done - cholesterol, blood sugar, blood pressure, thyroid and then test his sex hormones- urologist will know what sex hormones to test for. Also he should have his life style assessed as checking on his alcohol/drugs/medication/ food and exercise and of course smoking is a risk factor. Once he gets a clean bill of health then its time to visit a sex therapist or a psychologist who knows how to do a sexual history.
I would imagine that social/psychological/sexual issues are interfering in your man's lack of sexual interest more than medical matters. For example, you say that at 35 you are his first girlfriend - quite unusual - has he been masturbating for sexual enjoyment all these years ? I guess not. So he probably is not sexually confident nor driven due to other factors that have inhibited his sexuality over the years- religion is a real killer of sexual interest in young people .
So go through this process and allow someone professional to uncover his sexuality so you have an idea of what is going on - it will wear you out over time as you will feel personally rejected. deal with it now as it will get worse, not better over time.
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