Our expert says:
There is nothing specific on the market to do this so far as I am aware - only medications for other things which have the side effect of reducing libido. I wonder why you are wanting to lower your desire rather than trying to address other issues, like helping your boyfriend to know what to do to pleasure you or finding a way to negotiate the timing of his orgasm vis-a-vis yours...? I also wonder how 'high' your desire is? Is it unusually high or is it high in relation to his? Your response to this would determine what could be done about it. Also, do you think that your frustration is related to not being satisfied, or about the frequency of sex? Final comment, it sounds a little like sex is mostly goal oriented for you (orgasm being the goal). If this is not true, then ignore the next comments; I try to cover as many bases as I can when responding to a question. Whilst this makes sense in some respects, it also places a lot of pressure on achieving it and means that you loose out on enjoyment of the rest of the sexual experience and the intimacy that goes with it. Kind of like only wanting the destination and ignoring the journey - which can in fact very pleasurable and satisfying in other ways.
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