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I have been trying to help my wife with rearch about PMS. We noticed that when we have intercoarse she produces no sperm but she seam to be moist enough? Any sugestions as to might be going on? I also notice that over the holidays when she was off work and home every day and we would make love she was snug loving as usual but after she when back to work she became lose and she said it was because of PMS. Can PMS effect our sex life this way? Please help me before I go crazy.View Thread
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