I was wondering if anyone has heard of a good book or two on helping husbands understand their wives menopause? Had TAH approx 2 years ago and among other issues my main concern is a lack of a sex drive.
Before the surgery we were busy little bunnies
. Now there's only the monthly ritual. My husband doesn't say much, but his expressions speak louder than words
. I've tried explaining to him, it does come back and all should subside. But now I'm even starting to doubt it myself
I can't take many HRT's the headaches are to severe. Even went through so many tests with a neurologist to see if the headaches were caused by something else. Everything came back -- no problems there.
I would give anything to be atleast 50% back to normal bedroom activity. This is the 2nd marriage for both of us and we will be married for only 5 years this August. I want to feel the way we used to :inlove:. So please...if anyone has any suggestions, advice or a book or two. I would really appreciate it very much. I've been looking for a book possibly written by a man particularly for men. Most of the sites and books I've come across are primarily for women by women. They don't seem to do much for him. I've even suggested he see my GYN. That didn't go over to well.
Oh well, I don't want to take up to much of your time. Thank you ladies, your site has been a godsend for me. I've read almost every message on the boards!