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    An_242544 posted:
    is it normal for a man that is only 53 years old to only want sex about oonce a year. That is the problem with my boyfriend and I am only 54 and I want and need sex more than one year

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    dfgbull responded:
    We really need more info. Did he always have a low libido? Has anything else changed? etc. There are soooooo many variables. That said the amount you indicated is way on the low side. If he is willing, have him see his Dr. for a checkup. It could be low testosterone levels or some other medical condition.
     
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    georgiagail replied to dfgbull's response:
    It's about as normal as you having to post this same question six times in a row.

    Gail


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