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Re: sexual dissatisfaction

Hi Stacey
I would love my Husband to still want to be intimate with me and most importantly have had the chance to have had a prostatectomy so he had a better chance of survival. My husband has been on Zoladex for 6 and a half years now (which is now failing) He has no desire to even kiss me(apart from a peck on the cheek) touch me or anything anymore. I don't feel like a woman any more. There is no sexual contact what so ever between us. So I think you are quite lucky that your Husband even wants to try to have sex. Not being desired by your husband is heartbreaking. We were only married for 3 years when he was diagnosed with incurable Prostate cancer. It's been very very tough. Desire is a human need and instinct for most people. Sorry to be blunt. Enjoy what intimacy you have with your husband.
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