Menopause and your libido – how to still enjoy sex as a man or woman in your 50s, 60s and beyond

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Putting a little more thought and planning into sex than you did when you were younger is key.
Putting a little more thought and planning into sex than you did when you were younger is key.
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It's never too late to bring a little more va-va into your vroom.

Sexual health is important at any age and the desire for intimacy is timeless. However, as you age, your sex drive may decrease.

Your penis may take longer to become erect and erections may not be as firm. It may also take longer to achieve full arousal, have an orgasm and ejaculate. Erectile dysfunction is common.

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