Our expert says:
It sounds like you are very worried about something, but I'm not sure what. The answer essentially is yes, it is possible, uncommon, but possible. It may be that he has an abnormally low testosterone (T) level and therefore has lost his drive. If this is the case, you need to encourage him to go for a physical check up. If he has already had his T checked but experiences ED - then other health aspects need to be checked. If all is well on the health front, then it would be reasonable to assume that something is amiss and needs to be understood if it impacts on you.
Claire - SASHA
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