My man is turned on all the time. He could have sex 3 or 4 times a day. Why am I not as interested? Is there some kind of magic pill? I would love to be that turned on all the time. We have been together 2 years and its still the same as the first day. I just need some sort of magic pill or something to make me just as turned on.
Is he on Viagra or a similar medication? If he is, you could ask him to lighten up on the meds. Of course, you are the one turning him on, meds or no meds, and that is in your favor. I don't know of a magic pill for women. People in general are different, and men are different than women in this and other areas. Sex is a wonderful thing, but one doesn't want it to be an obsession where it is overdone in place of other pursuits, leading to a possible burn-out. Sometimes it's nice to put off sex so that it is something to look forward to later after other chores and other necessary things are done in a day. A build-up and then release is very satisfying. In the end, it should be a mutual activity with you both on the same page.
YES! YES! YES!
There are MANY brands of the female Viagra. It's aabout time, right? Some 43 percent of women suffer with sexual dysfunction, compared to 31 percent of men who do.
There have been some trials of a compound called bremelanotide...but they haven't gone anywhere. Ask your doctor....there might be a drug out there that treats something else, but might have some sex enhancing properties.
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