Definition of 'libido'

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Synonyms of "libido"
Synonyms of "libido"
French Translation of "libido"
French Translation of "libido"
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Word of the day : lunar module
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You are right to be concerned about how your low libido plays out for her, though. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Sadly, it is no panacea for a low libido. Times, Sunday Times (2016)If you stick to your elimination diet and don't begin to feel better, you should discuss your low libido with a doctor. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Two other causes of loss of libido in older men are often missed. Times, Sunday Times (2007)There are numerous explanations for low libido in men and women. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Our natural hormonal cycle affects the libido. The Sun (2013)Symptoms include tiredness and loss of libido. The Sun (2008)No wonder your libido is low right now. The Sun (2011)Or perhaps the pressure to perform has affected his libido. The Sun (2012) Low libido can also be an early warning of blood pressure problems. The Sun (2009)All these things can affect the libido. The Sun (2008)Her problem is a loss of libido. The Sun (2015)Could it be to blame for my low libido? Times, Sunday Times (2015)Is ill health affecting your libido? The Sun (2016)All kind of stresses affect libido. The Sun (2006)It claims to boost libido, energy and mood. The Sun (2013)Eat healthily, ban work from weekends and your energy and libido should return. The Sun (2012)

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