@QueenBee Hi QueenBee, did you have to take any progesterone along with the Testosterone cream? or maybe you’ve had a hysterectomy? I’ve been allowed to take Testosterone cream on its own but there are not many of us so your post interested me.
@GoGirl12 No progesterone, only testosterone. I also got a script for “scream cream”. It has l-arginine and viagra and few other ingredients that go right on the clit. Chemo gave me neuropathy in both my big toes and my clit of all places.
thanks @queenbee i’ve never heard of the scream cream. Glad you’ve found some treatments to help you. You’ve not had a hysterectomy?
I think Mrs. Val has been going through menopause for the last 8 years… Slowly trying to coax her out of it…lol. Sorry man - sux.
Thank you pootle. You are so right and you are with me. It’s the touch, the closeness and intimacy that I greatly missed. I love my wife and I won’t do anything silly to break my happy family.
Thank you QueenBee. Think it’s a complete closed door for sex. 2 nights ago we discussed and i have to respect her decision.
Thank you. I will look it up and try but I think I’m done!
Thanks for your suggestion. I spoke to her and i think further medical suggestion is going bring more unhappiness into our relationship. Lately I was wondering if it was me being inconsiderate. Afterall she has given birth to 3 beautiful children and I should be thankful and happy to her.
No hysterectomy. Yet. I’ve asked but my doc doesn’t want to put me through anymore surgery. I had stomach surgery 1 week ago. My front looks like war zone from all the surgery scars.
It is good to hear that you are accepting of this major relationship change. Love can be expressed physically without sex, but it is still a major change. Best wishes to you both.