Sex after menopause can be, well, difficult. Dryness, incontinence, a low libido and the loss of hormones following menopause can derail what was once a healthy sex life. And while there are a whole host of treatments available for men with sexual dysfunction — such as viagra, cialis and testosterone replacement therapy, to name a few.
And they all say the same thing: orgasm can become harder after menopause, yes, but there is no medical reason that you can’t orgasm at all. Let me repeat that. Orgasm can become harder after menopause, but there is no medical reason why you can’t orgasm at all. Whew.
Since I wrote a piece about sex after menopause, almost women (and some men) have written me to share their experiences. Some of the emails have been agonizing to read, while others have been inspiring. What I now know about midlife sexuality is that no two women have the same story. Here's a Author: Erica Jagger.
Educated partners are in a better position to help menopausal women treat the symptoms and have a great sex life after menopause. A husband’s guide to having great sex after menopause. There are many ways in which you can contribute to ensuring that you both continue having great sex after menopause. As biological and psychosocial factors.