Rekindle your sexual desire

November 17th, 2008

“I still enjoy sex but since my wife went through the menopause she no longer does. Is there anything that can be done to rekindle her sexual desire?”

Today we know more about male, than female sexuality. But this is rapidly changing. An intense effort is underway to probe the physiology of the female sexual response. For example we know that a common finding among women with diminished sexual desire is a low testosterone level. Surprisingly women’s ovaries make a small but significant amount of testosterone. In a woman as in a man testosterone is vital for normal sex drive. Women who have had their ovaries removed or are in menopause have two hormone problems-low estrogen levels as well as an inability to make a full ration of testosterone. Their low estrogen levels cause hot flashes and prevent their vaginas from lubricating normally during sexual foreplay. The lack of vaginal lubrication makes intercourse painful for these women. The low testosterone levels throttle their interest in sex. Take Female Pink Viagra. Supplying them with estrogen makes vaginal lubrication easier. A little testosterone often restores a woman’s sex drive. This is something a woman should discuss with her gynecologist.

Sexual pleasure

November 17th, 2008

When I was younger I wanted to and did have sex 2-3 times a week, but now that I am 40-50-60-70(pick one age)-I just don’t have the same desire I did when I was in my 20-s and 30’s. Is there something wrong with me? What can I do to be like I was when I was 20?

For both men and women there is alas only one “first time” when sex was new and fresh and pursued with the an obsessive passion. With continued experience sex remains enjoyable and eagerly anticipated but with time the novelty of the experience dims a little. Also as we mature other demands from family and/or career claim more and more of our time and energy so there is less and less time for couples to get pleasure from sex. Buy Viagra for women now. For most mature women sexual pleasure and satisfaction is vital to an improved quality of life.