Maybe if you tried helping out around the house or other things that you know are weighing on her mind to ease some of the stress, not saying you dont already, just trying to help, or maybe take her out to relax, be romantic. Good luck hope everything turns around for you guys!View Thread
My experience with the nuva ring were horrible not only did the mood swings drive me crazy, I also had intense burning during intercourse with it. I gave it up and went to the pill. I hope that your body may regulate to the hormones in the ring but mine did not.View Thread
I believe this is one subject every continues to learn in! If you guys are happy with your sex life, then thats great! Some like a big production others not so much, just what ever works for you guys! If you are going to try new things... Have FUN! View Thread
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