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  1. What would you say my sexual responsibilities are to my husband now that I am pregnant? Does that even make a difference?

    1. It should not make any difference, as long as there are no underlying medical problems associated with your pregnancy. Recent studies have shown that sex during pregnancy does not put a woman at risk for pre-term delivery. My own experience has born this out — twelve full term pregnancies with no change in frequency of intimacy throughout. If you are still concerned about the safety of having sex during pregnancy, I suggest that you discuss it with your OB-GYN.

  2. You may also encourage him to get his testosterone levels tested. This will come as a shock to many but men produce lower amounts of testosterone as they age – starting at 25-30. By age 70, their bodies can produce 90% less!

    There are shots, gels, patches and pills available by prescription that are costly. But there are also many non-prescription ingredients that work naturally with the body to increase its production of testosterone. These are proven by studies all the time to be effective in a large percentage of men. TosterAll from Hampshire Labs is one of the best available. I have a blog about Low-T Solutions with more info for anyone interested.

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