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Good afternoon, I am Dr Ruff, thank you for contacting us today
Congratulations on your marriage, I am however sorry to hear this.
Indeed anxiety will reduce your libido. Have you considered any management of this?
No problem. Okay, so you should start with counselling, more for your anxiety at first, but if there is any relationship strain, it would be worth doing it as a couple later down the line.
For this you can contact any Psychologist privately, or you can ask your GP to refer you.
Another consideration, but I would say this is only in addition to counselling, is to consider medication. One option is beta blockers for anxiety, or for more longer term, SSRIs which are a anti depressant. Again something your GP can provide.
Regarding your energy, I would ask for a blood test. If you have iron, b12 or folate deficiency, or even an underactive thyroid function, then these can all easily be replaced, but would certainly aggravate or even cause your symptoms.
I am in the UK. That sounds like you are being fobbed off to be honest. I would contact them again about this.
Your GP. 111 wouldn’t start anything like this as more for emergencies that don’t need A&E
No worries, at all, all the best.