No Need to be Sexless after You Turn 40!


There is no need for sex to stop once you turn 40. Didn’t you hear 40 is the new 20! In a 2008 study that forty thousand men and women participated in showed that thirty-one percent of the men experienced some type of sexual dysfunction and forty-five percent of the women also experienced some type of sexual dysfunction. Let us look at a few of the common “issues” and how to fix them.

Pain or Discomfort

Pain or discomfort during sex is usually caused by vaginal dryness. Welcome to the perimenopausal years. Luckily, there are many solutions for this needles yet annoying problem. The solution estrogen-based creams (estrogen has not been proven to be the cancer creating monster it has been made out to be.) You can also try over the counter lubricants and the Estring (a ring that is inserted into the vaginal for three months at a time.)


Erectile dysfunction - the inability to get or maintain an erection. Solution for ED most men believe Viagra is the only solution however, there are more options a penis vacuum pump, penile ring and a penile implant (a surgical procedure that inserts a inflatable device.)


These are just two of the issues the men and women suffer from. There are also the most common two. As you can see, there is a solution for both of them. Therefore, my advice to you is get off the couch and back in the sack you are only in your forties, you do not have one foot in the grave just yet!



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