Weak orgasms, difficulty reaching them and almost no arousal
First of all I must say that English is not my native language so excuse the mistakes please.
I’m a 35 years old guy. I was taking SSRI (sulpiride and so on) 3 years ago and when I was taking them I had libido problems, difficulty to have erections without touching the penis, difficulty to maintain the erections, difficulty to reach the orgasm and a very weak and frustrating orgasms. When I quit the drugs my health and orgasms was restored, but two years ago the troubles came back and I’m very concerned about this. I don’t know if SSRI drugs unbalanced something in my body but my sexual response is not normal since that. I was investigating by myself and I found that sometimes SSRI drugs rise the prolactin levels and that interfere with orgasms, I made a blood test and prolactin was a little higher than the levels considered normal (even I have not taken SSRIs for 3 years). I was using bromocriptine a month a few days to lower that and the prolactin levels went down, but my sexual response remains the same. LH and FSH hormones are at the normal levels but quite low, and testosterone and dihydrotestosterone are higher than the considered normal levels (I don’t understand that, because it’s supposed that should rise my libido). I have read that histamine plays an important role in orgasms and I always have problems with allergy, I don’t know if that have something to to with that. Maybe it’s not a hormones problem, I don’t know. The point is that my sexual response is frustrating and that has been continuing too long that I don’t know what to do to solve this. It’s like don’t have sexuality because I don’t have arousal, and the pleasure is pretty low, sometimes almost nothing. I know something is unbalanced in my body but I don’t know what is.
Somebody had similar problems? How can I solve it? A life without orgasms and sexual arousal is very depressing. I don’t know what should I do. I went to specialists and they don’t know nothing, they say that it’s psychological but I know it isn’t.
Please, any help will be useful. Thanks.