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How Do You Reduce Sex Drive In Teenage Girls
Make Good Choices: The libido (or, "sex drive") is a natural component of our physiology. It is not a good idea to try and artificially reduce the libido, since this can have adverse physiological and psychological affects later in life. If a teen is having trouble with their sexual urges, it is best to have a conversation about making good choices. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I fantasize fat girls n my wife is skinny hence no sex drive and ed. How can a psychologist help me. As m not able to get satisfied with her sexually?
Skinny vs fat: It sounds like you're making it your wife's problem [being 'skinny'] that you feel "no sex drive and ed" with her. A psychologist or sex therapist might be able to help you understand that there's more to sexual attraction than the shape or size of one's body. Was your wife heavier when you first met her? It seems you have plenty to discuss in therapy, and perhaps your relationship could grow. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Female. Had high libido between 16-18 y/o. I'm 19 now & I loss my libido. What happened to me? Is it abnormal to have low sex drive as a teen?
Could be due to: age, your partner or just normal aging process. Getting older and maturing might be calming you down. Its very hard to say. People's idea of low and high vary too. What is high for you sex every night? and low is now sex once a week, which might be perfectly normal. Try not to panic and accept yourself for who you are and find a partner who does too. Good luck. See a counselor for information ide ...Read more
Look at cost of kids: Well, that's an interesting question. Do you believe you are in OVERDRIVE as it were or do you feel your drive actually interferes with your routine daily activity or work? If that's the case then, you may best be served by speaking with a psychologist or psychiatrist. ...Read more
Sex drive: There might be nothing wrong with your sex drive at all, but what you do with this can be an issue. If acting on sexual desires in ways that puts you in conflict with others, or that distracts you from other important life activities like work, school, family, etc., you might need to see a psychiatrist about sexual addictions or other issues. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: Not likely. Probably temporary event, should resolve as treatment and healing progresses. ...Read more
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