This isn’t a personal question but more so a general discussion i’d like to open up to the crew.
On the TOT facebook group where @dbossa is, there was a post a couple of days ago that i found disturbing.
One of the members has been on TRT for 10 plus years and has stated that he’s essentially become asexual. He can get erections but he’s utterly lost his ability to gain any form of arousal, not even visual and physical stimulation can work for him anymore.
He’s stated that he’s seen this in other forums and has had discussions with his friends about the same phenomenon, stating that this happens in the 4-6 year range.
He’s also said that he’s tried “everything except pellets”. I asked him if he’s even tried nandrolone, cabergoline, etc, etc and haven’t heard back yet, but needless to say, if your protocol was going great and one day it’s not to the point of asexuality, it’s very concerning.
One of the experienced doctors, after going through the list of things and lifestyle possibilities that could hinder libido, said “maybe sensory adaptation.” This response of course, came from a place of “maybe” rather than scientific certainty, but it does get you thinking.
So i wanted to ask:
Have any of you heard or experienced this yourselves?
Any hypotheses or facts that one could present that would lead to the eventual asexuality of somebody on a once successful TRT protocol?
And lastly, is this something we should genuinely be worried about?
Let’s talk about it.