Does your sex drive come back after menopause? Yes. Can you have better sex? Absolutely. Tracey Cox is the expert who can tell you how.
The issues of a sexless marriage, low libido and painful sex are all common in the menopause years. Selena’s expert advice is full of wisdom.
Sex with someone new can be daunting at the best of times. For a midlife woman, with stresses around menopause and sex drive, it’s a minefield. Our experts have all the answers you need.
Sex and menopause are closely linked. How is your libido affected and what are the physical changes you might experience? In this video, Dr Stephanie Goodwin explains all
From the physical to the mental and everything in between, here's what you need to know about how to have an orgasm after menopause.
Does menopause affect libido? For many of us, the answer is yes. So we’ve asked a few experts for their tips on how to improve your sex life after menopause.
Sex is good for your health but many midlife women find their sex life waning. Here's how to get it back on track.
Alongside other symptoms, a loss of libido is a common - and often distressing - accompaniment to menopause. It’s a common topic of clinic conversation for Dr Stephanie Goodwin, a London-based GP and menopause specialist. She shares her advice.
From the sex surge of the pre-perimenopause years to the libido lows of menopause, take a closer look at your patterns of desire.
She’s menopausal, she’s been married for nearly 20 years and she’s having her best sex life yet. We want what Jane Druker is on. She shares her secrets - night sweats be damned.
If menopause has caused your libido to dip, a sex toy might help revive it. Former nurse and sexual health advocate Samantha Evans reveals the best sex toys for women over 40
If your sex drive is missing in action, we know a woman who can locate it. Former nurse and sexual health advocate Samantha Evans runs online sex toy company Jo Divine and is determined to help us all get our mojo back.
SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER
Advice from our experts, voices from our community and a few opinions from us, all in our weekly newsletter. It’s the best of midlife in your inbox.