An OB-GYN's 3 Strategies for Making Sex Better After Menopause

Healthline: Menopause can change a woman in many ways. Sex is one we shouldn’t ignore.

What does it mean to reach that often described “mysterious” time frame of menopause? As a woman and a gynecologist, I’ve come to embrace this stage in life. I like to explain menopause not as a disease but rather as a transformative time in a woman’s life — one that can be quite amazing. ...

One of the most overlooked symptoms in menopause is decreased sex and intimacy. The lack of desire, vaginal dryness, and pain with sex can be a result of changing hormones levels, or even the stress of menopause itself. Between all these symptoms, many women don’t get the help they need to keep sexual intimacy and intercourse a priority. But they should be. READ MORE

(Source: Healthline, 02/03/2020)