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    An_245201 posted:
    is there a medication that I can take to completely cut out my sex drive,kill all sexual urges,
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    Anon_125014 responded:
    If you're male, there is a form of chemical castration that would theoretically accomplish that--but it's more of a nuclear option than an advisable solution.
     
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    hairyd responded:
    Please discuss this with medical personel. Your request is not hhealthy. Your sex drive is a normal part of a male. You should not consider it dirty. But a theratist or doctor would be glad to discuss you options. You can control how you react to your sexual urges. You are able to tell your body. NO. Most Men prefer not.
    Always remember your penis is unique, just like every man.


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