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    How do I get interested in sex again?
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    superchickie2003 posted:
    I was married last June and it has been a great year of marriage. Before my husband I got married we would be intimate all the time, but now that we are married it seems as if our sex life has not been what it used to be. We are trying to conceive a baby but I am having some fertility issues, but without being intimate I will never conceive. How do I get my old sex life back? I know it makes him made we are not as sexually active as we once were. Please help.
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    georgiagail responded:
    It is not unusual that after time ones sex life is not "what is used to be". It is often difficult to continue to maintain the intensity seen in an early relationship.

    What, exactly, is the problem here.

    Gail


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