I'm a 22 year old Male who used to think I was a "late bloomer" because people always said I look 15-16 years old. I have no facial hair (but do have pubic hair) and I'm often sleepy throughout the day even though I get about 7-8 hours of sleep a night.
My diet consists of balanced nutrition, eggs with wheat toast and oatmeal in the morning.
Vegetables with Boneless Skinless grilled chicken or a protein shake in the afternoon and at night I'll have some brown rice with avacados and some meat.
However, I find myself lacking in sexual activities as well. Recently I had a close sexual encounter and i just kind of made up some excuse to avoid having sex.
I have started weight lifting in hopes of naturally raising my test levels but I feel very sluggish in the gym and I have not seen results thus far.
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