I'm about 115 days into nofap. I am 28 years old and watched porn since I was 11. I was watching hours of porn per day for the last 5 or so years. Edging, you name it. Eventually, my erections to even porn started getting weaker. My arousal with women became ZERO. I could have a hot girl in front of me begging to fuck her and I had zero arousal. Now, there is no question I wired myself to porn as a teen. I had very few sexual partners at all, and I was masturbating daily for years. Then, about 5 years go I started edging to porn and not ejaculating. Only ejaculating maybe once every month. I completely lost my morning wood probably when I was 20 or so. After about 60 days things started turning around. I had occasional morning wood. With the help of cialis, I was able to get hard while kissing a girl I went on a date with. However, not long after everything went downhill again. Total "dead dick syndrome". A guy with a noticeably above average penis, and my flaccid size is completely dead, limp and has no feeling. This was not this bad when I was watching porn. Just days prior I could get an extremely stiff erection while watching porn. Yet my dick was completely dead with a woman I was very attracted to. WTF? Quitting absolutely made my already issues much worse. However, I have not gone back to porn. I believe I wired my brain and f'd myself up beyond belief. I am concerned that I have more going on than just this. What if it's a medical problem? My blood work has always been relatively normal. I do have some health issues, and I have follow up blood work in a month. Is it really possible that after 4 months I could still have a totally dead dick 99% of the time? I woke up truly horny just once or twice in the last 4 months. I did get covid bad about a month ago, so I think that stalled my progress. Either way, is it possible for a severe porn addict spanning into my early teen years that I could need much longer than 4 months to reboot? Should I stop worrying about how long this takes? I just don't want to waste too much time if it's a medical problem.