Situations that lead to a sex drought

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Sex droughts are inevitable in relationships especially if you’re lucky enough to have been together for years. These are the factors than can potentially lead to sex drought.

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A fight

After getting worked up it’s less likely that you’ll want him on top of you because for that moment you still hate him. Author of Sex mad easy Debby Herbenick says that sometimes women don't feel comfortable bringing up things they're upset about, so they would rather say it by denying their partners sex.

New jobs and promotions

With you trying to leave a good impression at your new job there’s hardly ever time time for sex. You can’t wait to get home to tell your partner how your day went and at the same time having to prepare for the next day, leaving zero time for sex.

When somebody gains weight

Though not everyone but some women get really insecure when they start seeing some thigh jiggle and love handles creeping in. They don’t want to be touched or seen naked until the weight has been shed.

Flu season

If you stay with your partner then flu season is bound to last twice as long. The other gets it just as you’re on the road to recovery. With sore bodies and all that mucus, none of you will be thinking about sex.

After pregnancy

If he decides to be in the room during child birth then he will be a bit put off by your lady parts for quite some time. Give him time to get over this before you get back to having sex.

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