During the menopause, many women lose interest in the most beautiful minor matter in the world. It was often said that this was hormonal. However, a recent study challenges this claim and confirms that the partner can also play a large role.
“It’s not you, it’s me,” is the typical sentence a man would say when he wants to charm himself out of the affair. But when it comes to the subject of “decreasing sex drive in menopause”, this sentence doesn’t seem that far-fetched. According to a study, it is not hormones that are responsible for the loss of sexual pleasure in women during menopause, but often the partner.
Menopause not only leads to the absence of menstrual bleeding, but also brings with it factors that have a significant effect on the psyche and body during this time. The estrogen and progesterone production goes down and the hormone balance of the female body is upside down. For a long time, the decline in hormones was attributed to the decline in sexual desire in women. Scientists from the University of Pittsburgh asked women over 60 about the cause of their low sex drive and got interesting answers. Amazingly, for the vast majority, the spouse’s erectile dysfunction has been a major contributor to the lack of pleasure.
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The questioning of the scientists, in which 36 women over 60 years made themselves available, came to the conclusion that the erectile dysfunction of the also aging husband was one of the main problems in bed. Because of the impotence and the difficulty of maintaining an erection, sex is less satisfying and also causes unpleasant conversations afterwards. Many of the male partners are unwilling to speak out about their dysfunction, and for those who are, the conversation tends to end in an argument, leaving a frustrated or embarrassed husband. According to estimates by the National Health Service (NHS), half of all men between the ages of 40 and 70 have erectile dysfunction.
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Other reasons for the decrease in libido can include postmenopausal symptoms of the vagina. Sex is often painful due to increased vaginal dryness and reduced elasticity. Nevertheless, Dr. Thomas opposite the “dailymail.co.uk”that it is extremely surprising that the main cause is male partner dysfunction. Although drugs such as “Viagra” can be prescribed to treat such dysfunction, the women surveyed believe that “planned sex” destroys spontaneity and romance.
All in all, it seems easier to blame a woman’s declining desire for menopause rather than admitting erectile dysfunction as a man. Be that as it may, it is well known that the wiser gives in.
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