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2011-07-30
Name: spurthy p Hi,

I got married 6 months before. I' m having some problems in my marriage life but I dont know whome to approach for solution.My husband is very loving and caring. He is nice in all aspect but somehow I feel that he is not interested in sex. We dont do often - maybe monthly once or even less than that. He loves me,cuddles me but finally he wont do.

2 months before I spoke with him regarding this. After the conversation he felt bad and promised that he will take care but the situation is still the same now. I sometimes even think that i' m messing up my life which is going in a good way.

He will be reading/surfing in late night by the time I ll be sleeping.I recently came to know that he masturbates daily. Sometimes while having sex he doesnt ejaculate and takes out and masturbates.I' m writing this post with great distress as I cannot approach anyone for a proper solution.

Thanks
Spurthy.P

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2013-05-14
#1
Name: ram
Subject:  hi
hi hey solution is in ur hands only u know tht he masturbates daily then
when he is surfing on net and u r sleeping
y u r sleeping re
y dont u take advantage and start form ur side re
start kissing hugging from back do all this types and i am sure he will reach ur level try to seduce him on ur own way

dont spoil ur married life here re here lot of people will approaches u and suggest u to leave him and all
ALL THE BEST
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2012-08-06
#2
Name: Manish
Subject:  Help
Hey i m Manish Sharma....
21....
Delhi based guy....
Good Looks and having an Athletic Body...
i m ready to help u out...
call me :

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2011-09-22
#3
Name: Joy
Subject:  HI
I dont think there is any easy solution to this except discussing with each other about your problem and solving it yourself. If he does not get excited, try to seduce him. I think one should have sex at least once a week to remain mentally and physically fit.
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2011-10-09
#4
Name: Spurthy
Subject:  Thanks
Thank you for your advice. I spoke with him regarding this, I think he understood my point.

We are happy now. Once again thank you for your response
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2011-09-20
#5
Name: samiira
Subject:  As per your question
What exactly stop you from taking him to see an expert in sexual problems? Your city is bound to have one, if not take him to one in the nearest big hospital. Intimacy is an essential part of married life and a healthy relationship and what you are describing could lead to many long term concerns and a lot of unhappiness.
Please don' t be embarrassed to seek professional help
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2011-10-09
#6
Name: Spurthy
Subject:  Thanks
Thanks for all your responses :). I believe a talk with him worked
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2011-08-27
#7
Name: Pratima
Subject:  Sex problem
Dear Spurthy,
Even i had a same problem n we sorted it out by talking to each other.
Talk to me to discuss this in details
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2011-08-17
#8
Name: Helper
Subject:  As per your question
The Proper solution is lets have a talk once again and try to get him excited and you can do it.. easily..

If you will face same problem write to me i will suggest you one more idea
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2012-11-05
#9
Name: Somia
Subject:  Getting Partner Interestd in Sex
Hi Spurthy,

It is not only at night but you should also keep a lovely interaction on with your partner throughout the day. Make calls in the daytime and talk to him. Even when you are together keep interacting and try to become good friends. Dressup nicely and show love and care even from your side, eventually your husband will get interested in having sex with you.
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