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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by DR. HOUSE, Apr 9, 2010.
Anyone know if there is such thing and if it works?
Mr. Happy ain't doin' the trick for ya these days?
No, my fiance has an IUD (mirana).
Her drive is down to zilch with this thing.
Instead of getting it out, I was curious if she could take something to get her drive back up there.
Take her shopping for a new dress she feels sexy (but not trashy) in. Romantic dinner at a nice restaurant (you dress up too). Perhaps a movie that you know she will enjoy. Come back to a candle lit bathroom with a warm bath drawn for her and perhaps some massage oils for after the bath. Soft music in the background. You'll have to take over from there.
I know you are lookin for meds, but meds scare me unless they are absolutely positively necessary. What if she grows dependent on them and has to take them for the rest of her sex-life? That'd suck.
your thing works, but only for one or two days.
Oysters, lots and lots of oysters.
A new boyfriend usually does it.
Geez, how much does that cost......AND that sounds REALLY boring.
There's a thought, House. Guys tend to be more sexed and put out. Have you tried getting a boyfriend?
Pull it, dude - the IUD, I mean. LOL. Get it out. Meds that cause loss of drive SUCK.
If there was a "female horny pill," don't you we'd know about it? LOL
I thought those were called Spanish flies...or roofies...
Sounds like you need to find a new method of bc. You don't want her to constantly have to take something to get her drive back up. If that were the case (constantly having to take something), she might as well go on the pill.
Change methods of BC.
Otherwise do like our forefathers and Tiger did and get a concubine or five.
Decrease in drive is a common side-effect of certain birth control methods. Have her make an appt with her gyn for an opinion.
Progestin-based mirana...go figure.
"It decreases total and free testosterone, androstenedione, dehydroepiandrosterone sulfate (DHEAS), dihydrotestosterone (DHT) and sex hormonebinding globulin (SHBG), but has no effect on sexual function or markers of androgen bioactivity."
I wish I had suggestions for you, but if it's this bad, she really might want to consider other options for birth control.
Concubine? Never! He has sworn a vow of celibacy like his father, and his father before him.
thanks all, she has an appointment today at 2:00. Just trying to get a little informed before I go.