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Does gluten affect your sex drive? because honnestly mine is in overdrive since I quit gluten

I notice it goes away when I slip up. kinda weird

again, please dont laugh at me, lol

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Whenever you are healthy you have hyper active sex drive, that's what healthy is. Unless you are a plant and you are dying, then they do the same thing with their last energy :P.

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I have a higher sex drive gluten free, however I don't think it was very low to begin with prior. But I have been told that my sex drive for a female is very high. If I could, I'd have it daily. 

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I have a higher sex drive gluten free, however I don't think it was very low to begin with prior. But I have been told that my sex drive for a female is very high. If I could, I'd have it daily. 

mine was almost non existant before, and now, yeah once a day at least. wich makes being single all that much harder right now

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lmao (sorry, I can't help it) But even you said, "please don't laugh, lol"

 

I would think being single and young and healthy and energetic would make it all the easier to have it once a day if you feel so compelled.

 

Although anything done every day might lose it's appeal, don't you think? Where's the "special-ness", the "excitement", the "thrill of the hunt" and the seduction...if it's day in, day out? Meh, that's just my take on it...if you can do/want it every day...then

Mazeltov!  ;)

 

.........now if you will all excuse me, I'm going to see what the hubs is up to........................

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lmao (sorry, I can't help it) But even you said, "please don't laugh, lol"

 

I would think being single and young and healthy and energetic would make it all the easier to have it once a day if you feel so compelled.

 

Although anything done every day might lose it's appeal, don't you think? Where's the "special-ness", the "excitement", the "thrill of the hunt" and the seduction...if it's day in, day out? Meh, that's just my take on it...if you can do/want it every day...then

Mazeltov!  ;)

 

.........now if you will all excuse me, I'm going to see what the hubs is up to........................

Well geeze you would think too but hunting requires skills that I do not yet posess. Im thinking Im gonna need more than one to keep me busy

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Haha (oops, sorry - it is nice laughter though!) Try 'recovering' while your boyfriend is 300 miles away. 

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Haha (oops, sorry - it is nice laughter though!) Try 'recovering' while your boyfriend is 300 miles away. 

 

Lol, story of my life thats why im recently single

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Haha (oops, sorry - it is nice laughter though!) Try 'recovering' while your boyfriend is 300 miles away. 

 

OHH That sucks!!! I am so sorry!! 

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Lol, story of my life thats why im recently single

 

You could just bring out the vibrator instead of worrying about the man... just a thought. I know it's not the same. But gets the job done when one isn't readily available.

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You could just bring out the vibrator instead of worrying about the man... just a thought. I know it's not the same. But gets the job done when one isn't readily available.

 

LOL, alright, this conversation has gone far enough, haha

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LOL, alright, this conversation has gone far enough, haha

 

Indeed. Let's keep it as close to rated- PG as we can, ladies. 

Thanks.

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Indeed. Let's keep it as close to rated- PG as we can, ladies. 

Thanks.

 

Hahaha.... I guess I'm just open with my sexuality. Doesn't make me bat an eye. But I'll be respectful to others wishes. I meant no harm with my comments. Sorry if it upset or embarrassed anyone reading it.

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Hahaha.... I guess I'm just open with my sexuality. Doesn't make me bat an eye. But I'll be respectful to others wishes. I meant no harm with my comments. Sorry if it upset or embarrassed anyone reading it.

 

Hahaha thanks for all your help

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Sigh. I WISH mine would "recover." I haven't had a normal sex drive in years, it seems like. I keep hoping that once I'm healed and my body is in a fairly normal nutritional state, I'll have one.  :unsure:

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Hmm now that you mention it...  :rolleyes: I think for the most part not looking like I'm 6 months pregnant from bloating and feeling lethargic all the time would definitely increase anyone's sex drive!

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