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      Hi, I am a newlywed, married for eight months found
      out I had graves 5 months ago. Underwent RAI, my
      choice 4 months ago. Before RAI my hubby and I had a
      fantastic sex life now a few months after RAI, our
      sex life is almost non-existent. Is this normal? I
      am hypo and trying to be the perfect wife this is
      real hard right now and I would like any suggestions you have. Your opinions are well taken.

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        I’ve been married for now for 14 years. Since all my symptoms started in February of this year,
        My husband Mike and I have had sex for maybe 2 times. I know exactly how you feel. Since I had my RAI two weeks ago, he hasn’t touched me or initated sex.
        I asked him last night if he was afraid to touch me and bless him he said no. He said he was just worried about my shaking and tremors I now have 24 hours a day and he didn’t want to hurt me he’s just worried about me.
        I know how hard it is to get your energy level up but like I told Mike, Sartonium levels ( I can’t spell today) go up during sex and this helps some of the symptoms we GD’ers have. So someone come babysit for me so Mike and I can get those seratonium levels up!
        I hope your new husband is as understanding as my husband is. We have 5 kids ages 2 to 13 yes Jacob just had a birthday! and Mike works all day then comes home and cooks dinner, does the laundry, and put the babies to bed and then helps me go upstairs and get a shower. He had to buy me a cane this weekend since my legs are so shaky. I have the best husband in the world. If your husband wants to talk with Mike he can e-mail him at Mike will welcome anyone who wants to talk with him about the pain and stress that spouses go through with GD.
        Let me know if I can offer you any help Coy Girl. I hope you and your husband have a wonderful life together.


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