By k8thagr8 - / Sunday 1 March 2015 02:47 / United States - Virginia Beach
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  little_one  |  20

Although if OP regularly turns he husband down it could have a negative effect. He may even think she's faking it so she doesn't have to have sex with him. Just a thought.

  tacopandaroo  |  12

You should only have sex with someone when you're feeling it, not just to make them happy. If she's turning him down regularly, they should talk about it. He shouldn't go straight to guilt-tripping her.

  little_one  |  20

In the post it mentions his recent surgery it could very well have been a long time since they slept together. From a MARRIED stand point it's not an FML often there can be times when you're not in sync he wants it but she has a headache, she wants it but he's tired etc. Instead of posting on here chastising her husband for wanting her, she could just as easily say sorry hunny I love you but not tonight. Married couples can go months or years without intimacy, why do think there are so many unhappy couples? Yes he picked the wrong time, yes he went about it the wrong way. He could be desperate and feel unwanted... But sure hate the bastard...

  Brandi_Faith  |  33

There are some pills that can easily be mixed. Although it's never a good idea to take a heavy painkiller such as a narcotic, with a sedative. However if it was something like advil (which I doubt) then a sedative could be taken with it. Always best to ask a doctor or phone the pharmacist to see what meds can be taken together.
6, if op is taking a narcotic then she won't need a sedative because the pill will most likely knock her right out anyways. :)

  Retaheki  |  27

Yeah, it sounds like a guy, because OP said "he." Being a guy has nothing to do with this, he could've been a girl who wanted some, but her husband was in pain.

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