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Dealing with low Libido

Posted by Lachmi Deb Roy on Sat, 16 Apr 2011         
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There was a time when you couldn’t keep your hands off each other, but now you freeze even if your partner moves towards you. After giving birth there is a general tendency of woman’s libido to go down. Female libido is more complex than male libido. While male sexual dysfunction can be treated with a variety of drugs, females suffering from low libido need to get at the root cause of the problem before they get them selves treated by a doctor. Now the obvious question that comes up is why did y... Read More
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prema

17 Apr 11
2:03 PM

Libido centre resides in our hypothalamus region. Dopamine is the substance that helps libido and sexual pleasure and the arousals. The other two neuro-chemicals Prolactin, and Oxytocin. Actually the mechanism of female orgasm has still to be fully understood though very fascinating. When u say size does matter it almost sounded like the male organ size. Some women think size matters but it may actually not - the debate is still on... on this subject.

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