Take charge, sit on it! If that doesn't do it for you, then use a vibrator, a dildo, anything you like? Make yourself more responsible for the big o! Actually, you should make your hubby do some work!!! Make him take his time, and give you lots of foreplay! I'm guessing your hubby doesn't know how to have intercourse with a woman? Perhaps he is nieve??? He probably could use a sex coach?
Relax, us boys do things like that! We experiment! We explore new worlds, so to speak? Relax, its growing pains, and nothing more, maybe? Had you stated what the problem was, maybe someone here could have helped you?
There are some guys here, and we could probably tell you things that would curl your hair?! Until we have more information, we really cannot help!!!
I'm with Nowhard on this! You need to see your doctor, or gynecologist as soon as possible! Something is amiss when one feels pain, right? So, get over there, tell them the problem, and hopefully, they can help you?!
Good luck to you!!!
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Wow, you two, or is it one like minded entity in there? Either way, you guys take anyone's opinion, and yes, they are all like aholes, and they are all full of BillnJenn, but that is all they are, not meant to be superior to anyone!!!
Please get off this snippity high horse you came riding in on, and either state your opinion, or fact, and be done with it!! Don't piss in some one else's cheerio's just because the bully at school pissed in yours! Thank you, now, have a great day!!!View Thread
Oh yes, I hate to say this, but yeah, it happens to a lot of women! Menopause is the biggest killer of sex drive in women, but it can happen to anyone! An historectomy can also kill your libido? You may have an hormonal imbalance? The best thing you can do for yourself is, GO SEE YOUR DOCTOR! Tell him/her what the problem is, they have all heard it before, so don't be shy?!
With any luck, you can at least up your sex drive? If its your hubby, then he too should see his doctor? And, you could try some other things, the best being a new courtship? Woo you hubby, yes, us men do respond to flattery?! Buy us little things that mean something to us/him? Bring him flowers for no special reason, talk dirty to him in bed. dress sexily. There is just soooo many things you could do, to rev up his motor, as long as the transmission still works, and the drive shaft goes, you will be fine?!
I hope some of this may help? Don't be shy, come back as many times as you need to?! We will always be here for you! Yes, the others will be commenting shortly, I hope? LOL!!! One of us will hit on the proper key, just watch?!
My advice, talk to your husband, maybe he will like the idea? He may even want to watch? What a turn on that would be, eh??? Then, maybe you two girls would like to include the hubby? I know I sure would like that?
Naw, I'm a one woman kind of guy!!! But, YOU GO GIRL!!!
Thanks Nowhard!!! I knew I had read that somewhere? It was in a book about our long ago ancesters?! This particular book was on the migration period from Africa, to Asia, and on into America. It was from an Indian woman in that book, who was the healer in her tribe. She described the exact same thing!!!
Sorry Billy, and Jenny, but I have to go with Nowhard on this; weeds, and herbs, and even tree bark is used to make medicines we use today!!!
Where do you think opium comes from, how do we get pain relief from it, for your information, I take morpine tablets that have opium in them. Oh my Gawd, I had better make them make the pills with only chemicals like BillnJenn want?!!! Nope, the whole thing is based on the opium that come from Poppy plants! The aspirin you take, may be made from a tree bark? Willow, I do believe? Nowhard would know better than I?! But you see? You can't be that dumb, right? Yes, we do use outdoor things to make our drugs, along with (probably harmful) chemicals!!
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