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My husband is 30 yr and m we have been married for 2.5yrs. At first he was good but den gradually he has stopped making love. We hardly have love once or twice a month that too for sometime. I have desires and when I start making love he straight away says m tired. I have everything that can make him attracted to me but in vain. He s very busy person n I understand he gets tired but I have felt the same thing in vacation also. Is this normal?? I have asked him clearly y is he not doing he says he is tired. He loves me a lot I know that but it comes to love making he fails. What do I do?? Should I fulfill outside marriage. Is there any medicines or any way of solution??
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Hi.There is a need for couple counselling for u both.please approach a psychiatrist ,so that doctor can take history from u both separately to find out what is the real problem.The desire for love different for every person and depends on different situations.so don't come to conclusion by ur own.first take the help of a psychiatrist
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Couple relationship in marriage is influenced by so many factors. Apart from interpersonal issues, other issues like psychological factors, stress levels, physical health, social factors, work life, family dynamics etc also have an impact on the quality of relationship. Hence, it is often normal for couple to go through ups and downs in their emotional and physical relationship. However, if it is affecting either of you and is going on for sometime, it needs to be addressed. I suggest you start expressing your feelings with your husband without being judgmental about him or blaming. Use the words 'we' often than 'you or I'. You need to appreciate his feelings and perceptions too. If still things not improving, seek professional help for couple therapy. Regards
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