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2 yrs and still not in the swing of things

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Old 09-12-2003, 08:21 PM   #1
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Exclamation 2 yrs and still not in the swing of things

As soon as I became preganant I lost my sex drive. My poor husband only got "lucky" 2x's in the 9months I was pregnant and after I had our daughter he maybe gets it once a month. He is a very understanding man, and I want to be able want to have sex with him. He is over seas at the moment so I am hoping that when he comes home I will have been fixed so to speak. Are there any medications or something like that out there kind of like viagra for men and is there anything I could do besides medication? Did anyone else go through this?

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Old 09-12-2003, 08:59 PM   #2
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There's a new OTC medication that's supposed to be "natural" which I've seen advertised on tv. It's called avlimil. You can visit [url=""][/url] and get a free 30 day sample.

Testosterone cream is available by prescription; I've heard it helps if your levels are low. There are also different herbs that claim to help libido.

I can't personally attest to any of these, but this should give you a few more options. HTH

Good luck.

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