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Posted by: Kea | 2010-03-16

Pills

Hi there, I was sexually active before we have our first born but since 2005 i don''t know what is wrong. Can you kindly help me to get maybe the pills that can help me to get my sexual back like it was before.

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At this moment there are no pills for women to regain sexual desire. In a very few years time there will be a pill on the market for women who fulfil the category of low sexual desire , pre menopausal , with no other reasons for low desire.
Meanwhile you have to be creative- without pills. it is a massive problem, I know for many women, who like you , loose their desire after the birth of a child. There is no medical or hormonal reason for it - the reasons research comes up with are all about fatigue, disappointment in a partner who does not help enough with chores and a negative body image.
I encourage you to read and work the program in my book "Pillowbook" (Oshun 2007) - it has enabled many women to get back some of their mo-jo.

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Posted by: Ageing and Sexuality expert | 2010-03-21

At this moment there are no pills for women to regain sexual desire. In a very few years time there will be a pill on the market for women who fulfil the category of low sexual desire , pre menopausal , with no other reasons for low desire.
Meanwhile you have to be creative- without pills. it is a massive problem, I know for many women, who like you , loose their desire after the birth of a child. There is no medical or hormonal reason for it - the reasons research comes up with are all about fatigue, disappointment in a partner who does not help enough with chores and a negative body image.
I encourage you to read and work the program in my book "Pillowbook" (Oshun 2007) - it has enabled many women to get back some of their mo-jo.

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