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Dear Doctor, I am married 3 years ago. Till date, I have lease or no interest in having Sexual Intercourse. I like to spend time all alone by myself and spend time reading books like novels, religious books etc. Due to this I am not able to make my partner Happy. I do not know why I have no nerve towards Sexual relationship. I love my Husband very much, but have no interest in having any Sexual Relationship. I also do not enjoy or find any happiness in having sex. I get more happiness in being alone and reading books, writing some poetry or other stuff, in total in being myself. I also have a fear that may be because of my this attitude, my husband may try to find another partner for meeting his desires. I am really very upset thinking all these things, and daily we end up fighting with each other and also feel disappointed with one another. I always end up suffering within myself for not getting satisfactory answers from my husband for all the doubts I get in my minds. Please advise how can I overcome this and make my husband happy?

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Dear Doctor, I am married 3 years ago. Till date, I have ...
You are right that your partner may run after another options for physical satisfaction. Secondly this may be a ground for divorce also. Better will be to intimately involve with your husband and indulge in prolonged foreplay. Gradually you find interest. If you have any bad experiences in past, forget it or share with your partner and consult a psychologist. All the best. Thanks.
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Dear Doctor, I am married 3 years ago. Till date, I have ...
There are people with hypoactive or lack of sexual desire. It is your personality and wishes, no wrong. But since you are in a marital relationship, you cannot expect your husband to also have similar low desires. Either you can find a suitable frequency of sexual relationship with husband, as sex is not a marital obligation but a marital right (of mutual consent), or you shouldnt be averse if he finds another partner. All the best
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