posted on Mar, 27 2012 @ 12:11 PM
I can understand where you're coming from. Before I had my hysterectomy, I had a really high sex drive for a female. Too much of my time was spent
in pursuit of this, and, when I was single, too much time was wasted with men that were not good for my life but satisfied that one basic need.
It was like being on a drug that constantly goaded me to copulate. I never had any complaints from husbands or boyfriends, but it took way too much
of my time and mental energy.
After my total hysterectomy, that all stopped cold. It was as if I stopped taking a drug (and hormones are just like drugs), and suddenly I could
think clearly for the first time since pre-puberty. I looked back and realized how much time I wasted while I was in college, and how much farther I
could have gone in life had I not had "the itch". Don't get me wrong, it was a wild and fun ride, but I have nothing to show for it now except for
some crazy memories that still make me blush.
Now sex is a mental diversion. If I decide to engage and enjoy it, I do so. Otherwise, it is completely out of my mind and there is something rather
freeing about that.
If you want a pill to kill sexual desire, any SSRI at higher doses will do the trick nicely.