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For many women, sex after menopause is not as satisfying as it used to be. But is menopause entirely to blame? But the new study shows that the reasons many women stop wanting sex, enjoying sex and having sex are far more complex. Most studies have focused entirely on heterosexual women, so less is known about same-sex couples after menopause. The latest studypublished in the medical journal Menopause, is based on surveys of more than 24, women taking part in an ovarian cancer screening study in Britain. The women, aged 50 to 74, answered multiple-choice health questionnaires about their sex lives at the start of the study.
Over all, 78 percent of the women surveyed said they had an intimate partner, but fewer than half the women The main reason was losing a partner to death Women want sex Canyon divorce, which was cited by 37 percent of the women. Women who were not having sex cited multiple reasons for the decline, which is why the percentages exceed My husband was my childhood sweetheart, there will never be anyone else. Some women said life was too complicated to make time for sex — 8 percent said their partner was too tired for sex, and 9 percent of women said they were also too tired for sex.
Lack of energy and worrying about them causes a reduction in sexual activity. Both collapse into bed at the end of the day.
A husband with serious health issues was another common theme. Sexual relations are too difficult. I remain with him as a caregiver and companion. Others cited mental health and addiction issues as the reason for lack of sex.
Sex is once or twice a year. I feel sad when I think of how we used to be. He is very understanding. And 21 percent of women said their partners had lost interest in sex. My partner has lost his libido and never thinks of it, although he loves me and worries about it.
While most of the written comments were about problems with sex, a few women left more hopeful messages. Very much the reason for my happiness, contentment and well-being.
The data and comments were analyzed by Dr. Harder said the comments show that doctors need to have more frequent conversations with women about sex. Faubion, who is also medical director for the North American Menopause Society, notes that treatments are available to help women with vaginal dryness and painful sex. In addition, two libido drugs have been approved to help increase female desire.
A better option may be educating women and couples. Working with a sex therapist can help women deal with anxiety and low-desire issues. A therapist can help teach women that while spontaneous sexual desire may dim, they can plan for sex, and desire often returns once a woman is engaged in intimacy. Dill began using an estrogen patch for hot flashes and a non-estrogen vaginal dryness treatment.
Learning that changes in desire are normal helped both her and her husband understand that they were simply entering a new chapter in their relationship.Women want sex Canyon
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