hmm... where to start. I got married a year and a half ago, started taking birth control pills a few months before that. switched pills a few times cause of side effects. since taking them I've had absolutely no sexual desire, (except a little on my periods when I'm taking the blanks.) and it's almost always uncomfortable even with lube.
i'm at the end of my rope here. my husband has been very frustrated with me and declared he's pretty much given up on our sex life.... I think i'm going to quit the pills and just go with the pull out method or maybe condoms... we're both kinda uncomfortable with the idea of them. have yet to try them out... I guess I want to know, is anybody else going through something like this? what do you think I should do? how reliable is the pull out method? I need help here... I'm kinda going crazy.View Thread
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