hi. i have never done this before but i have come to a point that i dont know what else to do. me and my other half have been together for 14yrs. we have a 12 yr old son. and for the last 12 yrs we have hardly hhad sex. not because of him but because of me. before my son we use to have sex all the time. but after my son i lost all sex drive. i thought it was because i was only eighteen and i was so scared to get pregnant again. so finally at the age of 30 i got fixed. i was so happy and thought how everything was going to change. no still no sex drive. i mean once we get going ya im into it and its great. but really i have no desire to initiate it at all. my husband thinks i dont want him any more and that is the farthest from the truth. i wish llike hell that i was like i was before my son. i just dont know what to do anymore and it is really effecting our relationship and has been for 12 yrs. any advice? i also take paxil for anxiety, ocds, and anger. if that means anythingView Thread
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