Sex and Aging: Women in for a Surprise Sex and Aging: Women in for a Surprise Editorial Staff 0 Recommendations Physical symptoms make sex more difficult for older women The expectation of aging couples goes something like this: there comes a time when the man may be ready and willing, but just no longer able. But a study conducted by Harris Interactive has revealed that it is older women, not older men, who are more likely to suffer from physical problems that decrease the frequency and enjoyment of sexual activity with age. The result was contrary to the expectations of those being polled. David B. This may be due to the volume and ease of accessibility to information about erectile dysfunction.
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Sex, Lies And Ensure: The Sexual Habits Of The Over-55 Set
Seniors' Sex Lives Are Up — and So Are STD Cases Around the Country Infections especially high in states with many retirees by Marni Jameson, May 17, Comments: 0 Across the nation, and especially in communities that attract a lot of older Americans, the free-love generation is continuing to enjoy an active — if not always healthy — sex life. At a stage in life when many would expect sexually transmitted diseases to be waning, aging baby boomers are once again busting stereotypes, setting records and breaking rules. Sex and the Seniors. Watch In the five years from to , the number of reported cases of syphilis and chlamydia among those 55 and older increased 43 percent, according to an Orlando Sentinel analysis of data provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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