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Menopause and Sexual Health

By April 4, 2012 - 8:50am
Sponsored By Vibrance Associates


Written by Editors, Red Hot Mamas

Due to fluctuating hormones characterized by menopause, some women notice changes in libido (a higher or lower than usual sex drive). However, it is a common myth that all women experience a decreased sex drive and decline in sexual activity at menopause. The results of gynecological and psychological studies report 50 percent of menopausal women report no decline in sexual desire. Less than 20 percent report any significant decline in sexual interest.


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