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Anonymous (reply to Anonymous)

I was considering getting the IUD until I read this. I’ve been having problems in my marriage as is. If this kills my libido then I may as well throw in the towel.
I feel I need to add tho that a relationship is not all about the sex. My husband has made our marriage problems about sex. And it’s not that I don’t want sex... my problem is I don’t feel like it when my mind is racing from everything else that’s going on in our lives. Stress plays as big a roll as hormones. The kids have grown up. Two have graduated and are moving out. My job as a mother is more or less over. I’ve been a Stay at home mother/wife for the better part of 22 years while I raised the kids. No career means I have no income of my own. That’s kind of stressful, esp when considering the possibility of being single.
I hope if you had it removed and your hormones are coming back inline with normalcy, that you also consider that if he was cheating on you... that’s on him. Not you. Don’t blame yourself. (I could take my own advice I suppose as your story is almost exactly like my own). I hope for the best for you. Peace and love.

October 19, 2017 - 10:48am


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