1,000-year-old technique gets her to do anything you want

Book about Hormone Replacement Therapy and syringes

It makes her sex drive go through the roof… She is now demanding you take her to bed…

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How to get girls using the sexual lens

So it’s like this… You can be seeing a girl – and if you can touch her, you can have her.

Touch is easy – it can be on her arm, or her shoulder.

And it leads to the hottest of madness with this girl – or any girl.

It’s based on a secret technique dating back thousands of years.

One man named RJ says:

See my sexual lens in action

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1,000-Year-Old Technique Gets Her To Do Anything You Want

“Matt, my wife/girlfriend just doesn’t want to have sex with me anymore – I’ve tried everything.”

This is a common complaint I get from guys who have partners who have gone through menopause (this usually happens in a woman’s early 50s).

And these men aren’t wrong.

There are many physiological reasons why women have declining sex drives after menopause.

One of them is a lower production of hormones – including testosterone.

Now, I know it’s really common for people to associate testosterone with men.

But women produce it as well. And it’s responsible for sex drive in both men and women.

But can supplementing with testosterone boost a woman’s sex drive? And if so, is it safe?

Does testosterone increase sex drive in women?

The short answer here is yes. It can.

In a meta-study (study of studies) done with funding from the Australian National Health and Medical Research Council, they found that using testosterone in a transdermal application (a patch or cream) CAN significantly increase sex drive and sexual function.

“Our search strategy retrieved 46 reports of 36 randomized controlled trials comprising 8,480 participants. Our meta-analysis showed that, compared with placebo or a comparator, testosterone significantly increased sexual function, including satisfactory sexual event frequency, sexual desire, pleasure, arousal, orgasm, responsiveness, and self-image, and reduced sexual concerns and distress in postmenopausal women.”

But here is the challenge: Even if something works, that doesn’t necessarily mean it’s safe.

Except in extreme circumstances (like men who have lost their testicles), the idea of direct hormone replacement should be looked at with caution.

Is testosterone replacement safe for women?

The answer to this is that we don’t know for sure.

There aren’t any testosterone products formulated for women currently on the market.

The products that ARE formulated are for males (and they don’t have a great safety track record).

Since men produce much more testosterone naturally than women do, doctors have to prescribe off-label and GUESS at the dosage if they want to prescribe for a woman.

That means there have been very few good studies done on safety and dosage for these kinds of drugs for women.

And, honestly, that makes me nervous.

Personally, while I’m not going to tell her what to do, I wouldn’t want my wife to do this – I don’t think it’s worth the health risk.

Women who want to try any kind of hormone replacement therapy should see a specialist.

If you can’t tell, I’m not a big fan of messing around with replacement hormones.

Study after study shows they can be dangerous.

But some women report that doctors who specialize in bio-identical hormones have good success using very small doses of testosterone after menopause.

Again, I would never tell someone to go to a generalist for this type of therapy.

What other options are there for men who are with women with low sex drives?

If you want to stay with the woman you are with and she has a low sex drive, there is an answer that works like gangbusters in over 90% of situations!

I’ve had men tell me that their woman who was completely uninterested in sex, completely got into it after using “stealth cuddling” and “Nirvana (or slow) sex.”

Here’s what one guy told me:

“I had slow sex with my wife after cuddling and I came after about 20 minutes. I was going in between semi and soft but she came twice as well. So thank you for that! She loved it! She has even been texting me that she is obsessed with me!” –Tony

This kind of sex is a bit different than the cultural expectations that we are set up with through porn – and the other kind that I call “reproductive sex.”

That’s the traditional pump-and-done sex…

And it’s not very satisfying for women any time, but especially after menopause.

When you practice Nirvana Sex, you end up with a completely different experience…

You will last longer, it will greatly increase your satisfaction, and usually it will light her drive back up.

The bottom line

The bottom line is that testosterone replacement can work to increase a woman’s sex drive…

But, based on the side effects we already know that men can get from testosterone replacement, and the fact that there are almost no studies on the effects it has on women, I would steer clear.

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From pump, come, and done…to lasting 30 minutes or longer every single time

This is a very personal story from one of my students, Vic.

Vic is going to share something with you today that is extremely personal… Ssome may even say it’s embarrassing…

Vic was having this problem in bed — and he solved it in a very unusual way (and now he’s lasting 30 minutes or more)…

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Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.
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