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My aunty is married since 12 years , She is 35 years old . she often complains my mother that she never gets aroused even after prolonge foreplay or intercourse. She loves her husband but her sex life is almost zero. Does she lack any hormones that gives arousal during sex? She has visited several gynacs but in vain. Does she require some additional medication? Please help her.

Asked by anuradha mehra, 22 Apr '09 04:27 pm
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She can fantasize while doing sex with her husband, she will also benefit from seeing some soft pirno films.She needs some stimulant for sex.Nothing wrong physically with her, I suppose.She might have some mental blocks.
Answered by Krishna Reddy, 22 Apr '09 05:21 pm

 
  
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I have treated so many cases like this
there is medicine (ayurvedic)
am a doctor
ask her to contact me
milkboyhere@rediff.com
Answered by boy, 03 Jul '09 01:49 pm

 
  
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Tell ur aunt to contact me on my id, shalumum@rediffmail.com
she might require more fore play or diff types of position
Answered by Shalini, 20 Jun '09 11:41 am

 
  
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Shwe told ur mom...how come you know....kuch nahin hain ...may be the hubby is looking for something extra....just ask her to try something out of the normal way of sex...t
Answered by santosh tiwari, 20 Jun '09 09:27 am

 
  
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Off course. she wants a phcycologist very soon
Answered by prashant prashar, 23 Apr '09 03:56 pm

 
  
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She needs to see a sexologist. She can also write to Dr. Prakash Kothari or Dr. Narayana Reddy if her city does not have a sexologist. Some women lose all sensation there after ceasarian. But if that was the case, gynaec would have identified that. Deficiency of hormones can also cause this, but that will have other symptoms as well. In any case, it is dangerous to take medication without consulting a doctor
Answered by sangeetha, 22 Apr '09 10:13 pm

 
  
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OFF COURSE. SHE WANTS A PHCYCOLOGIST VERY SOON. she have some emotional problemor she is attract with some other than her hubby. may be he is handsome than her hubby. its a normal problem. but dont ignore it. it may be the broke of family ver soon. be carefull and curable.
Answered by monika, 22 Apr '09 10:08 pm

 
  
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