By Anonymous - 18/7/2020 20:01

Sore

  Today, a few hours after me and my husband had sex, he mumbled "This is why I hate sex," as he left to grab some Tylenol. Apparently, he's so out of shape that basic sex made his muscles too sore to sleep. This is the first time in 2 weeks we've had sex. I'm always the one that has to ask for it. FML
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By  tounces7  |  26

I'm assuming by this that it doesn't mean he's sore because he lasted a long time, so if his muscles are sore after 30 seconds, it's time to have a serious talk about both his health and your marriage.

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By  tounces7  |  26

I'm assuming by this that it doesn't mean he's sore because he lasted a long time, so if his muscles are sore after 30 seconds, it's time to have a serious talk about both his health and your marriage.

By  Niday  |  5

If he truly is getting so sore after basic sex (I'm assuming this means not super long or like standing/crazy pretzeling) as he claims and that isn't just an excuse, then I would highly recommend that he start a regular exercise routine because that is just not healthy. Even elderly persons in their 60s have sex (sorry for the mental image). If he has less stamina / muscle than a 60 year old that is a big problem that he needs to address immediately.

By  Hangryko  |  16

He needs an exercise regimen with a nutrition plan and a check up with his doctor, especially for testosterone levels. If he won't agree to this, it's time for a talk about your futures with each other.

By  CRC_101  |  31

I'd say it's time for him to check in with a doctor. He could have an injury or an ailment that can be improved with a doctor's help. In the meantime, choose positions where do you most of the work! Acknowledge his pain and help him find a way to deal with it. If you keep at it as is, it'll just drive a wedge between the two of you.

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  Hangryko  |  16

That's a good point. If his muscle soreness turns out to be a long term condition, even with exercise, find and use positions where both of you will be comfortable.