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Re: Selegiline for female desire/orgasm problems?

Posted by Roo on July 25, 2001, at 7:27:30

In reply to Re: Selegiline for female desire/orgasm problems? Joe Schmoe, posted by SalArmy4me on July 25, 2001, at 1:09:12

Sometimes really low sexual desire is caused by
having low testosterone. However, you have to get
tested for that, and if she's not all that motivated,
she might not be willing to go see an endocrinologist
to get it checked out. Sometimes if a woman's
testerone levels are low and they are really upset
about their lack of desire, they can get prescribed
a very low dose of testosterone cream, which is
supposed to help a lot. I am just now checking into
this. I used to have really high desire, but of course
ad's killed that, I went to get myself checked out by
an endocrinologist (hormone specialist) just to see if
it could be something else as well and found out I also
had low testosterone. I'm going to check out the cream
to see how it helps. (It's also supposed to help with
orgasm as well as libido).




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