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Reduced libido could be caused by a number of conditions

A woman's libido should continue to increase in her 30's. Any reduction in libido could be due to sexual boredom in which case, couples need to be more creative. Loss of libido could also be caused by depression, hormonal abnormalities, underactive thyroid or early menopause which can occur in the early thirties.

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About: Reduced libido could be caused by a number of conditions

Date: 1 January 2005

Source: Times Online

Author: Dr Thomas Stuttaford


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