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    Low T fixed, he's now a sex machine, I'm not!
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    Anon_54328 posted:
    My husband had his T checked. It was very, very low. He used the cream, and his libido cranked up 150%. Now, he's driving me crazy. We're both in our early 50's. My hormone levels were good, no need for any treatment. He wants sex every day, sometimes twice a day. He is masturbating every day too, sometimes twice a day, along with wanting sex with me. I can't keep up with him.
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    stevesmw responded:
    I had a very sex drive. When your married there is going to be a gap between sex drives, a man makes up the difference masturbating. It doesn't reflect badly on either partner. Constantly asking for sex is not good. You know where he's at and can accomodate him whenever it feels right to you.


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