My husband think that I should be ready to go just like him I wish that I could be like that and also I’m 33 and I have to kids after my second daughter i didn’t want no more kids and now I wish I never got it done because I want to have more kids and my sex drive went down I had the Essure done and i was told by my doctor that it can’t never be reversed and was 8 years ago and now it’s causing a lot of people problems and a lot of girls had to have a hysterectomy done to have it removed which is crazy now it’s been on tv as like a recall on it so I call my doctor and told him I want them removed and he’s the one that put them in and he said that he don’t do Essure removal he said call Magee hospital in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania I called them and they said they can’t do it either so I’m trying to find a doctor to remove them and I don’t have the urge to do it and that starts a lot of fights I wish I could be the way I used to be and look the way I use to be the medicine that im on causes weight gain and I started the medication 4 years ago and I had been on this medication before so in trying to start coming off it for good this time the motivation I have is looking at my pics from 4 years ago
I haaaad to Sub you! I'm so glad I clicked on your video having no idea what this pill was. I'm always curious to learn something new. U made me laugh and taught me something new. I'll definitely share
I'm not really interested in this video so I just skipped around so I don't know if you talked about this or not....but did you go to a doctor to see what was wrong with you? Do you think it was your health, maybe the food you eat?
Hell no you ain’t the only girl I’m only 32been married 12my marriage is fallen apart because hubby thinks I’m getting it somewhere else when you think women was emotional about their men getting it elsewhere my particular husband going crazy I don’t know 🤷🏽♀️ how to explain it to him he don’t even wanna hear it, I’m crying about giving birth to our 11 year old son just thinking about it , lord that’s why Youtube will always be the biggest platform YouTube starting to be a better place than google
Sis, you are hilarious! I’ve had low libido for a couple years but had hot flashes for years prior. I may need to look into purchasing this! If you don’t mind, are you in birth control? I’m asking because I have been a long time and wondering if that has to do with it.
Omg girl, you a mess. IM dying. Im watching your video while at work and I busted out laughing. People start looking at me saying... whats so funny. Im buying this Pill. My man is gonna be my plumber and clean out my pipes. You're a great sales person.
Y’all too young to be having low libido but it does happen “ I’ve experienced it”. Low libido can be a sign of hormones being out of balance, or low oxygen circulation to the genitalia. Try working out a three times a week, I noticed a difference immediately. Look into detoxing your liver, an over production of estrogen can fuck with you too. Liver is responsible for detoxing your body of excess toxins and hormones! Good luck ❤️
I remember going about 9 months without sex because, like you, I just wasn’t feeling it. But, I started having those same hot flashes. I told my grandma and she basically told me that I need to have sex. So, I did and they stopped! The flashes are most likely coming from not having sex.
Also, YOU’RE HILARIOUS BTW! 😂
I dont have this problem but some dudes think all they need to do is look at you and that's supposed to get you going ALL of the time 😂 NO sir. That's why they invented "foreplay". Smh lol very funny video.
The class of drugs that Levitra, Viagra, Stendra, and Cialis belong to are called PDE5 inhibitors. They work by relaxing tight blood vessels, allowing more blood to surge into the penis and cause an erection, says Gregory Bales, M.D., an associate professor of urology at the University of Chicago.
The little pills do the trick for more than two-thirds of men with Viagra protects the heart (ED). They also work for guys who simply need them for a short time to get their “confidence back,” says Michael Eisenberg, M.D., director of male reproductive medicine and surgery at Stanford University.