An antidot is a small circular region of opposite charge or magnetization, especially one which is part of a semiconductor device.
== == * You don't need medication, you both need to see a marriage counselor. There is nothing to be ashamed of. Each couple are different as to how often they want to make love. More is not necessarily the best quality, and less can be hard on the couple (especially the man). Some people have sex once a day (or more), while others have sex once a week or even once a month. Hormones, having children (women get exhausted), PMS (when she has her periods), pre-menopause and menopause can all be reasons why a woman doesn't want sex. Even prescribed drugs -- such as those for depression -- can lower the libido.
It's rather a cruel joke that men are so geared up at almost any given time for a good roll in the hay, while women aren't. There is a solution to the problem you both have and it's found through your marriage counselor. * Marriage counseling is often helpful and usually preferred. However, it is likely not an option (due to willingness and monetary considerations) at this point. It has been stated that SSRI's (antidepressents) and certain anti- hypertensive medications have the side-effect of lowering the libido. In certain situations, this may be desirable.
== == * This advice is not popular in the post-feminist movement age, but your wife needs to be meeting more of your needs. For better or for worse, honey. More than once a month is not too much to ask. She should ask her physician if there is some physical reason for her drive to be so low. If there is none, she just needs to be a good sport. Sometimes all it takes to revive a tired libido is more sex, really. After once-weekly sex, or whatever, she may find that she has more interest. Try to make sure you are giving her enough non-sexual affection and meeting her needs too -- this is a two-way street. While your needs might include more bed action, hers might include foot rubs, having someone else cook or do the dishes, or getting the dining room painted this weekend. Ask her.
Wives (and husbands): Sometimes you will find yourself doing something just because your spouse wants/needs you to. You love this person, so make an effort.
Not likely. * Parents do not have immunity in situations pertaining to an adult child. If the parent is subpoenaed to testify they must appear in court. Anyone in such a situation should obtain legal advice and/or repesentation.
Yes, I believe you can. NyQuil treats your symptoms the same way a regular cough medication would. It is not the same as Penicillin and should not interfere with the antibiotic. Often doctors recommend taking something to help your symptoms while on an antibiotic, NyQuil is the same. It isn't good to take NyQuil or any other cold medication for several days in a row though, you should always read the label to see how many days it is recommended to take.