And for women in particular, sex drive can really fall off a cliff as they approach the menopause, and beyond. A new study has found that women have less sex and derive less pleasure from sex as they age — and there are a number of reasons that could be behind it. The findings are based on a study of 4, women with a median age of 64, who answered questions about their sex lives. Over time, sexually active women were reporting that they were having sex less frequently and finding it more uncomfortable. Some women said that overwhelming family responsibilities as a reason for not seeking sexual gratification.
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As soon as we were away from the hotel we started kissing, then had sex in the back of her car. Afterwards she told me to go round to her house the next week, when her husband was at work and we would have more time. I knew deep down it was wrong and we stopped a year later, although neither of us wanted to. I eventually met someone else and moved in with her but sex with her was nothing like sex with my aunt. I split up with my girlfriend three months ago and my aunt texted me saying she was always there if I needed someone to talk to.
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Reuters Health - The number of women who have sex regularly falls off with age as does the number who report enjoyable sex after menopause, a new study shows. In a survey of nearly 4, women over age 50, researchers found that less than a quarter were sexually active, according to the report published in Menopause. To take a closer look at sex and older women, Harder and her colleagues analyzed surveys filled out by 24, women, half of whom were 64 or older. The researchers chose to focus on 4, women who also filled out a comment section that allowed them to write down their experiences in more detail.
You can resume sexual activity at any age, as long as you're willing to invest a little time and patience. With age, the vagina and vaginal opening often become smaller and the vaginal lining becomes thinner — especially when estrogen levels are low. As a result, it can take longer for the vagina to swell and lubricate during sexual arousal.