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1/29/01

Grocery Store Aphrodisiacs
By Kevin Nelson
When you want to shop for more than pull-ups.
10/30/00

Pregnant Sex
By Kevin Nelson
You know how she got that way. Now have fun (with our helpful guide.)
8/7/00

You Did What With The Piano Stool?
By Harry Maurer
Inventive ways to spice up sex. Hint: they're not in bed.




Reverse Vasectomy:

Dads who swore off procreation after number three are entitled to change their minds. Here's how the numbers break down:
-Cost: $5,000 to $15,000 (medical insurance generally won't cover the expenses)
-Demand: two men per thousand desire reversals
-Time: reversals can require microsurgery, as opposed to the 20-minute vasectomy procedure
-Success rate: Dr. Sherman J. Silber, reverse vasectomy pioneer and author of the book How Not to Get Pregnant claims 98 percent of his 6,000 reversals have been a success, with an 88 percent pregnancy rate among his patients
-Signs of failure: if a man registers no sperm present after six to 12 months, the reversal is considered a failure.
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7/24/00


In Praise Of Quickies
By Buzz McClain

Saturday nap time is the best time in our house.

7/24/00


Sex In The House
By Karen Karbo

Are we agreed that scheduling time for sex defeats the whole purpose?

6/1/00


Not this Month, I'm Tired
By Harry Maurer

Sex? Hah! We haven't had sex in three months. Sound familiar?