Why sex can and should continue after menopause
Menopause comes with many changes. A loss of sexual intimacy does not have to be one of them.
Women enter menopause at an average age of 52 years and have a life expectancy of approximately 82 years.1,2 That means that 30 years of a woman's life could be spent post-menopause! That is a long time to suffer from painful sex!
Just because you are getting older does not mean that sexual intimacy is any less important. Sex after menopause is healthy and normal
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1 Shifren JL, Gass ML. NMS Recommendations for Clinical Care of Midlife Women Working Group. Menopause. 2014;21(10):1038-1062.
2 U.S. National Center for Health Statistics Reports. Census Bureau. Table 104. Expectation of Life at Birth, 1970 to 2008, and Projections, 2010 to 2020. Table 105. Life expectancy by sex, age, and race: 2008. Statistical Abstract of the United States: 2012