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    how many days a week do you have sex/makelove
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    An_210699 posted:
    I'm 57 years old and it seems that my libido is low i can go weeks without making love to my wife. i was just wondering if this if normal for a man my age or am i in the normal range we usally have sex 6 maybe 5 time a doing the month and when we do it's pretty hot..
    i love oral. average size 6" - 5 around.. would you guys mind sharing
    would greatly appreciate it sometimes i think about doing it but often times fall asleep. before u know it the week is over nothing has happened.. my lady doesn't complain about not getting it.. just wondering if something is wrong if so is there something i can take to boost my libido.. please be honest.
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    fcl responded:
    Why are youworrying about what is "normal"? What suits you and your partner is "normal" for you. If you are both satisfied with your sex life then why worry?

    Wishing you well,

    FCL
    There's nothing inherently dirty about sex, but if you try real hard and use your imagination you can overcome that.
     
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    georgiagail replied to fcl's response:
    I agree. The person you should be most concerned about with this is your wife...and since she doesn't seem to be complaining, there's really no problem here.

    Gail
     
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    An_210700 replied to georgiagail's response:
    Trust me your fine, wish I was in your shoes. I am 38 years old, my wife is 34 and we barely have sex. There is always something wrong, whether it be a yeast infection, or her peroid, or something. There has been times when she will wait until we are in the middle and then say she is feeling discomfort, like a yeast infection is coming on. Trust me if your wife doesn't mind you shouldn't, but you can alwyas take cialis regularly (after you see a doctor) and that might help.
     
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    An_210701 replied to An_210700's response:
    Thanks, sex is so important yet at times i feel like i don't measure up that's the reason i was asking the question..
    have tried cialis - expenses- only can get four with my insurance does help sometime wish my wife was freaky maybe this would help my libido anyway we are still togeather i guss that's something to be thankful about..
    Just wish i feel like having it more often sometimes i just go alone day after day with nothing and no desire
     
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    georgiagail replied to An_210701's response:
    Measure up to what? Some "study" that says a couple must have sex a certain number of times a month?

    Be aware that Cialis (and other such ED medications) were not developed to increase libido; they only work on "plumbing issues" (so to speak) regarding difficulty getting erections.

    Gail
     
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    ttj2031 replied to georgiagail's response:
    To Gail,

    I disagree, Cialis does increase your libido and does assist in sexual issues
     
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    An_210702 replied to ttj2031's response:
    Placebo effect ....


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