Would you pay to increase sexual frequency?

    Did you read that actress Susan Summers at 73 years old is taking PT-141 shots weekly to have sex twice a day with her husband, https://www.womenshealthmag.com/life/a29628075/suzanne-somers-sex-shots/?   Her husband is 83.  Their scheduled times apparently are 4 and 8 am.  I don’t know if the Woman’s Health mag is correct, so I looked up the drug.  It apparently costs about $50 per shot after copay.  You can only take it 8 times a month.  It works on chemical release in the brain and not blood flow like men only drugs for ED.  The question is, would you pay $50+ to have sex each time with your DW or DH respectively in your 60’s, 70’s & 80’s?  Or would you settle for once a week or month, i.e. a low frequency of sex?

    On the floor Asked on January 14, 2020 in MARRIED SEX.
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      Isn’t she known for all sorts of wacky ‘health and fitness’ routines?

      No, going to get shots would negate any pleasure of having sex. Why do people turn sex into a job?

      Fell out of ... Answered on January 14, 2020.
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        🙄  Hollywood  🙄

        Suzanne Somers also said PT-141 is not a drug. The Wikipedia Article on the chemical has the word “drug” 30 times. 🙄

        🙄 Hollywood 🙄

        I don’t know what I’ll be doing at age 73/83, but it won’t be twice-daily sex. We weren’t doing that at age 33! As to how much someone would pay, why don’t you start a poll with some sort of specification (e.g. increase from once/two weeks to twice/week)?

        -Scott

        🙄 Hollywood 🙄

        California King Answered on January 14, 2020.
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          It sounds like she gets a shot once a week, that allows for (twice) daily sex. I would be far more concerned about what I was putting in my body and any side effects, whether immediate or longterm. That’s what would keep me from it first, and then the cost. But, I have wished for an “easy button” that would up my sexual desire.

          Under the stars Answered on January 14, 2020.
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            No, I wouldn’t pay to increase sexual frequency. Haven’t paid for that yet, so why start now 😉

             

            Under the stars Answered 7 days ago.
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              I guess I like eating, putting gas in my truck, and living in a house more than sex…

              On the floor Answered 6 days ago.
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                That seems like a lot…but men do with viagra type pills AND there actually is a women’s pill now as well. I that discussed on either SMR or Naked Marriage podcast in an interview with the female president of the company who makes it.

                Fell out of ... Answered 6 days ago.
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                  If it was $50 a week, maybe, but not per sex act. For $200 a month to have frequent sex, I might do it.

                  California King Answered 6 days ago.
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                    I do not think that increased sexual frequency would be the answer for us is it is not accompanied with increased quality.

                    On the floor Answered on January 14, 2020.
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                      I would consider it if my DW had a much higher drive than I was capable of fulfilling and paying allowed me to meet her needs.  Just to increase when we’re both OK with where we are now?  Nope.

                      Queen bed Answered 6 days ago.
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                        In researching this, I saw that the most common side effect of this is nausea at 40%. So my question would be, would I end up vomiting before, after, or even during sex? The answer might make a difference. 😂

                        Also dear Suzanne says she tends to “sleep” through the second session.

                        The whole thing sounds… delightful. Sign me up. 🙄

                        On the floor Answered 6 days ago.
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