Retired Husband wants constant sex

My husband has decided that we should have sex every day and sometimes more than once. He is 74 and I am 68.


We have been together for 36 years and married for 25. I REALLY am getting tired of being chased around. I don't feel he is interested in me, but keeps overstimulating himself to keep the sex thing going.

Sorry if this is the wrong place for this comment. I have not seen a similar problem posted.

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Wow
by: Anonymous

Wow and I thought my husband was over the top.

There’s no way I could handle that...too many other interesting enjoyable things in life...

I know...I know...my lower sex drive is just is what it is...

Oh Well
by: Sherry/ NC

This is not a problem unless you make it one!

huSBAND WANTS SEX
by: Anonymous

HMMM porn could be the problem here.

Tell him you have limits
by: Mike B / Venice Florida

Just agree on a certain number of times per week that work for both of you. As a man, he can take care of his needs the rest of the time. Since you said he is overstimulating, I assume you might mean the little blue pill. Maybe he needs to speak with his doctor about the appropriate use of those medications.

It's all in hand
by: Dave

Hi, just tell him that no one needs constant groping etc and in the words of my ex wife " go thrash one out and then have a shower "

Maybe arrange date night where he needs to whoo you rather than go all caveman on you and treating you like a hunting prize .

Finally just say no and get him too make lunch or go build a boat etc . He is just trying to ease his lack of use, tell him to man up ,drop his toy , pull on his big boy pants and get the dinner made 😁

I feel your pain.
by: DC in IL

I’m 70 and husband is 79. Retired 9 years now. I take medicine for depression and anxiety. The drugs kill any sex drive. But my husband would like sex every day. I just can’t. I try once or twice a week for him. Does little for me.

Sorry I do not have any good suggestions just understanding.

Use it or lose it
by: Elisa/Chandler, AZ

He probably feels like if he doesn't use it, he'll lose it. It's difficult being a man and realizing that the organ that defined you during your youth isn't functioning the way it used to or may not function at some point in the future. I speak from experience.

My husband had a radical prostatectomy at age 55 and we have struggled for the last 8 years.

My advice is to enjoy it while you can. (Twice a day is bit much though!) Good luck to you both.

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