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Smoothie 06-02-2017 03:25 AM

Boosting libido in Trans women?
 
Is there any magic pill like viagra for men or still just kinks? My testosterone is within standard female range. I don't wish to raise my testosterone level.

I find my current situation to be stimulation based such as nipple play, or action based such as fantasies.

Smoothie 06-02-2017 04:31 AM

Does anyone like fisting? That's pretty interesting between couples.

merelypink 06-02-2017 06:46 AM

eat right and exercise does wonders!!

a9127 06-11-2017 01:29 PM

I would think Viagra would help almost anyone achieve an erection. As for increasing libido, or testosterone levels, I’m not a doctor (well not a “medical” one at least) so I’m not sure it has any effect on that. It primarily increases blood flow to the penis. It might make one “more confident” so therefore more aggressive sexually.

After my cancer surgery and treatments three years ago, I lost close to 50 lbs, a lot of my hair, and significant strength. My doctor prescribed testosterone injections. They have worked incredibly well. I have put on a lot of muscular mass, regained my hair, and the effect on my sex drive has been amazing. I also take the “36 hour” Cialis. ;)

Last fall I was talking to one of my (female) students at Starbucks after class. She mentioned that her dad graduated from high-school in 1982 “which was a long time before you were born.” :lol::lol::lol: She of course got an “A”. :innocent: I told my wife about it later. She didn't think it was so funny...

(Of course my student, born in 1996, probably thinks in 1982 dinosaurs roamed the earth... :eek:)

Gisker 07-13-2017 07:50 AM

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Originally Posted by a9127 (Post 266425)
I would think Viagra would help almost anyone achieve an erection. As for increasing libido, or testosterone levels, I’m not a doctor (well not a “medical” one at least) so I’m not sure it has any effect on that. It primarily increases blood flow to the penis. It might make one “more confident” so therefore more aggressive sexually.[/SIZE]

I think there's a lot of experience with Viagra and similar medication which shows that the physical response to the medication is accompanied by a distinct improvement in general (psychological) libido. I certainly get this.


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