Could be, sexual related problems take many shapes. Trough what iīve seen, sexuality is much more in your brain than in your sexual organs or any other part of the body for that mather. Sexual games and diferent sexual orientations prove that. The way to achieve pleasure differs from one individual to the other. If that is possible, why not the total lack of sexual desire? Without desire sex is of no use, in fact, it may become something to avoid at all costs, due to the fact that it confronts the patient in question with a part of him that does not function normally, therefore, itīs best not to try to engage in any sexual activity in order to protect is own ego. Not beeing able to achieve erection ou ejaculation may be considerably painfull on the ego, considering that for a healhty man in is 40īs it should be no problem. The human beeing looks for comparisons in between the others members of his own specie, hence the concept of normality. Anything that does not correspond to normality tends to be seen as a fault from himself, we hurt ourselfs more than we would like to think. The brain developed his own mechanisms for protection, shutting down some functions that donīt work properly, has a captain would seal off a section of his ship that was taking water in order to keep the ship above water.
Hope that this can help in some way, and sorry for my poor english, lack of practice does this.
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