by Emily McBride
(last updated October 20, 2009)
Now that kids are out of the house and you and your partner have more time alone, you should be able to enjoy sex more than ever. Unfortunately, one of the most common symptoms of menopause is the loss of sexual desire. Not only is it harder for women to get aroused, but other side effects of menopause make it more difficult to enjoy sex as well. Here are some tips to help you still have comfortable and enjoyable sex with your partner.
Just because you are going through menopause does not mean that you will lose your sexual desire. Some women actually report an increase! Either way, make sure that you are spending quality time with your partner to show your love. Be patient, and keep trying, and you'll eventually figure out how to get some sexual desire back!
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