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Forum Name: Female Sexual Disorders
Question: horny ovulation
|vig0609 - Sun Jan 29, 2006 5:02 pm||
Okay, does anyone else have this problem. I get really horny for three days during my ovulation or sometimes my period. I have a boyfriend and I love him so much, but sometimes I wonder if I do love him or is something wrong with me. I 29 and me and him have just started having sex about two years ago. I am not very sexually active for some reason. I do take paxil for my anxiety. When I am horny on those three days on ovulation or whatever I don't want my boyfriend. i seem to change who I am and how I feel. I feel very sexy and I crave either women or certain first time sex or kissing. I have cheated on my boyfriend because of this crave a long time ago. I hate it! I have been feeling this way since high school. Even when I was with my high school boy friend I would always brake up with him. Help!
|kaitka - Sun Dec 17, 2006 3:26 am||
have you ever considered that maybe you are homosexual? it's normal to fantasize, but blatantly not desiring your boyfriend sexually is not normal for a heterosexual girl. being horny during ovulation is nature's way of helping the species survive. that is perfectly normal! maybe you should talk to your boyfriend about how you feel and be honest. possibly your anxiety medicine is affecting your sex drive. talk to your doctor!
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