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Old 09-12-2011, 06:42 PM   #2
emmilynn
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I think you have to first ask yourself if it's truly a physical problem. I know that PCOS causes us to be extremely self conscious about weight, facial/body hair, acne etc. but it could also be partly emotional. How is your relationship outside of sex? If it is strong and sound, you shouldn't have to worry about him looking elsewhere. I know a large part of my own sexual desire has to do with emotions and whether or not the relationship is going well. If it is purely physical, you could try supplements out there to increase your libido. I take Maca which is said to help increase desire and labido as well as "enhance fertility" so it's a double bonus. There are tons of other similar herbal supplements that can help you out. Most importantly though is that you have a healthy relationship and that you feel good about yourself!
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Me: 34
Diagnosed w/PCOS June 2010
Tried Clomid & Femara
Currently not TTC
Current Supplements: Multi Vitamin, Vit D3, B-12 Complex, Maca Powder, Wheat Grass Powder, Inositol Powder, Fish Oil, NAC, NPC as needed


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