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Dull feeling, do not feel attracted to girls. Dopamine or oxytocin deficiency?

hey i had a question about an issue i might be having with my brain. i feel kind of dull. just that there are feelings and stuff that i used to have but now its just kind of like bland. i have a hard time feeling attracted to girls which i know is a problem. i think it could be some kind of dopamine or oxytocin deficiency. pease help
Asked On : Fri, 14 Dec 2012
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there is nothing like that dopamine and oxytocine are responsible for your sexual desire if you have doubt about your chemicals responsible for sexual attraction are not well , get done your serum testesterone levels both total and free checked. either you are much stressed in these days hence feeling low sex appeal within you stress is a big sex drive killer. hence get done the above mentioned tests and consult a sexologist who can evaluate you mentally physically and psychologically don't make assumptions it will increase your stress level seek help, consult the Doc. and you will satisfactory answer.
Answered: Mon, 17 Dec 2012
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