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Loss off clitoral sensitivity

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • July 22, 2010
  • 03:48 AM

My wife used to have big orgasms and often g-spot orgasms. As of about 3 months ago she lost clitoral sensitivity and rarely has even small orgasms. We did go through the disappointment of a miscarriage about a month and a half before it happened and have had a few trying times. She also has had a few health issues. Back pain and diabetes. Would the problem be caused by stress from our loss or maybe a health problem? Any insite into this would be greatly appreciated..

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  • Sometimes "over use" can cause that for a woman. It'll get better if she goes further in-between. Also, strong anti-depressants can cause it. She could switch her anti-depressant. NEVER NEVER quit her meds or change them on her own. It could just be from the rollercoaster of hormones that goes into a miscarriage.Don't worry, a woman doesn't have to be very sensitive to become pregnant.
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • August 22, 2010
    • 09:35 PM
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  • My wife used to have big orgasms and often g-spot orgasms. As of about 3 months ago she lost clitoral sensitivity and rarely has even small orgasms. We did go through the disappointment of a miscarriage about a month and a half before it happened and have had a few trying times. She also has had a few health issues. Back pain and diabetes. Would the problem be caused by stress from our loss or maybe a health problem? Any insite into this would be greatly appreciated.. Hi Herm, The loss of sensitivity could be because of neuropathy caused by diabetes or vitamin deficiencies. Perhaps there could be a pinched nerve depending upon the back problem. Various drugs can cause this situation as well. Lack of sensitivity, lack of orgasm, neuropathy, miscarriage, and other problems could indicate a b12 deficiency for instance. Getting checked oput by a doctor might be of some help if the doc is knowledgable.
    Freddd 3576 Replies
    • September 27, 2010
    • 05:05 AM
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  • My wife used to have big orgasms and often g-spot orgasms. As of about 3 months ago she lost clitoral sensitivity and rarely has even small orgasms. We did go through the disappointment of a miscarriage about a month and a half before it happened and have had a few trying times. She also has had a few health issues. Back pain and diabetes. Would the problem be caused by stress from our loss or maybe a health problem? Any insite into this would be greatly appreciated.. Hi Herm,I truly understand how you feel, Two years back my suffered from the exact same problem. I did some online research and found this product http://track.moreniche.com/hit.php?w=224204&s=189 What it does is actually heightening the sensitivity and tightening the vagina without any side effects whatsoever. A wonderful experience indeed, reminding me of my first night.=) It was truly a miracle product, no joke. I sincerely hope that it would be of help to you. All the best to your relationship!
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • November 20, 2010
    • 00:12 PM
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  • Hi Herm,I truly understand how you feel, Two years back my suffered from the exact same problem. I did some online research and found this product http://track.moreniche.com/hit.php?w=224204&s=189 What it does is actually heightening the sensitivity and tightening the vagina without any side effects whatsoever. A wonderful experience indeed, reminding me of my first night.=) It was truly a miracle product, no joke. I sincerely hope that it would be of help to you. All the best to your relationship!Take the homeopathic remedy ignatia amara 30 ch - 3 times a day under tongue 15 min before meal for 7 days followed by the next homeopathic remedy natrium muriaticum 30 ch - 3 times a day under tongue 15 min before meal for 7 days.Let me know what is the difference after a month.Love,Dr B
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • November 24, 2010
    • 08:25 AM
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