Yeah it’s awful. You were prescribed SSRIs at a similar age as me. And I honestly believe that there is a good possibility that I didn’t have PSSD, and I instead had an androgen insensitivity masquerading as PSSD. It would explain why I had normal sexual functioning right up until the end of puberty. Of course it could still have been PSSD. I’ll never know for sure.
If I were you, I’d get your testosterone and SHBG tested. From that you can work out your free testosterone. Anything under 10ng/dl is what I’d consider low. Even if you’re above 10ng/dl like I was, that doesn’t mean you can’t have an androgen insensitivity (checking CAG repeat length of AR genes can help diagnose androgen insensitivity).
Basically, testosterone worked for me, it obviously has a strong association with sexual functioning, and it’s generally healthier to have a high serum testosterone than a medium serum testosterone. So I don’t think there’s any reason why you shouldn’t aim to get put on testosterone. Obviously I’m not a doctor, so if you get put on steroids and your head explodes or some shit don’t come crying to me.
Are you going to take all those medicines whole life ?
Yep. Unless I have a good reason not to take them, I’ll happily take them forever.