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A 48-year-old female asked:

48/f total hyster. no hormone therapy cause of reacurring endomt but have no sex drive. any sugg? i need help. cause i could go forever without sex

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Dr. Dariush Saghafi
Neurology 33 years experience
Sex is 50/50: You present a complex case. There are many physical reasons you have for reduced libido & reduced physical functioning of your female organs. Normal sexual functioning is said to be 50% physically & 50% mentally oriented. You may be well advised to consult both your OB/GYN and either a psychologist or sex therapist. & let's not forget your partner as playing an important role in how you may feel.
Dr. Lynne Weixel
Clinical Psychology 36 years experience
I think Dr Saghafi's on target in every way the 50/50 can be understood. If your relationship is good - perhaps it can even be better w/ therapy to find satisfaction in new ways. If troubled, it needs to be worked on. Be patient - All of the suggestions may be needed in some sequence. Use your imaginations to find fun things to do until.....
Jul 9, 2014

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