Do you have problem sleeping ? If so get yourself some Alprazolam prescribed.
They remove anxiety, help you sleep, but most of all they restore sex drive, sensitivity and erections.
It’s artificial and doesn’t last after quitting the pill. But in my opinion, the first few months your body will shift wildly as it’s trying to find its balance. During this period, it’s better to be on something artificial that will let sex drive, erection and sensitivity part of that balance. Later, you will be able to take supplements and do things that will raise your 5ar, your androgen and lower your bad estrogen. This will increase sex drive, sensitivity and erection in a more natural way. (but you have to stabilize first). I’ll answer questions if you have some at that point.
Important: I would get on a ketogenic diet as soon as you can, with lots of saturated fat (and extra virgin coconut oil). This simulates fasting, triggers autophagy and destroys unhealthy cells. Saturated fat provides plenty of material to fix the brain, the central nervous system and the hormones. Fasting is also good, but who can fast 7 months ? (I was ketogenic 7 months). Google it. It’s VERY beneficial but tricky to get on. Once you get the pace, it’s easy to stay on (especially when you get your symptoms refunded when you deviate. Ha ha !)
Eat lots of meat. I prefer beef as pork is harder to digest and chicken is full of phyto-estrogen. White fish is good but avoid salmon, tuna, sardines and mackerel as omegas are 5ar inhibitors.
You can take 0 carbs pure whey protein isolate shakes on top of that. It messes up the ketogenic diet if you take too much, have to be careful, but provides you with lots of amino acids to build up your body.
Start some weight lifting and sprinting on a regular basis. Sounds trivial but it’s actually quite efficient in raising androgen.
When you will have stabilized, there are amino acids and supplements that can be taken to remove the last symptoms. Again, I’ll be available if you have questions.
Just as a note, I had the same sexual symptoms as you, plus plenty of neurological and physical ones. At one point I considered having to stop working, driving and taking care of my children and I thought about dying (it seemed like an easy way out, but out to nowhere. Thank God I didn’t do it) That was June 2018.
I suffered a month and a half before going on the ketogenic diet, after which almost all symptoms disappeared or got better. Today, 9 months later, I’m 100% sexually, have no neurological or physical symptoms and sleep is improving although it still needs some work. (As mentioned in this thread)
It’s a hell of a ride, but in the end, I feel better and I’m more fit than I’ve been in the last 20 years. My brain is faster and I have more confidence while being calm and assertive.
Accept the cards life have dealt you and play the game according to what’s in your hand. You can get out of this if you chose to act and do something about it. If you don’t, your body will stabilize in an uncomfortable way and you can stay that way for years (and decades). So I suggest you act upon it.
You can look all the links I put in this thread. those are all I tried and describes precisely what, how much and when I took supplements.
Work is keeping me busy and I haven’t completely solved the equation yet. But as soon as I have time and when my sleep issues are fixed, I will write a complete protocol to become 100% symptom free. Time will do the rest.
So hang in there. You can beat this and become better than you were before the day you took that poisonous pill.
Disclaimer: I am not a certified health practitioner. All my suggestions are based on my research, experience and trials. Although I believe they could be helpful, there’s no guarantees.
I remain available should you have any questions.
I wish the best to you (and to us all)