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    Female 56, 35 yrs married. Can't get enough sex
    An_251012 posted:
    I know this does not sound like an issue, but I have gone months without sex then we will have sex. This once in a while sex seems to start up my drive and then I seem to not be able to get enough. I can masterbait multiple times a day and have sex at night with hubby but still feel the need for more. What can I do to calm these urges?
    stevesmw responded:
    If a couple has the time, there aren't physical limitations and love making isn't work why not make love all the time.
    If a partner isn't available and you enjoy the orgasms, masturbate. What's the point of suppressing?

    Overeating, drinking too much etc. are bad for you, but orgasms? I have a hard time understanding why a man wouldn't want to make love frequently to an interested partner.

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