Besides the many questions a woman may ask about menopause and its symptoms, one of the most asked questions revolves around the loss of one’s sex drive. You’ll be happy to know it’s not altogether the case. Let’s discuss sex after menopause; fact versus fiction.
While both men and women think that menopause is synonymous with the loss of sexual desire, the fact of the matter is no, it definitely is not. In fact, most women will tell you the sex is better than ever. Perhaps because there are no preconceived worries about becoming pregnant, both men and women can pursue their passions with wild abandon. Another fact is that while aging can slow down the process, it is considered normal if sexual desire decreases just a bit. This by no means indicates that sex is no longer an integral part of your life; far from it!
Other causes can create angst as it pertains to your sex life. For example, certain medications can change the way you feel. In addition, certain diseases can affect your sex life such as heart disease; diabetes and arthritis. More importantly, the way you see yourself can be just as important a factor in your decreased sex drive as the aforementioned conditions.
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