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.
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.
Sex is good for your health but many midlife women find their sex life waning. Here's how to get it back on track.
In this extract from the brilliantly frank and informative The Vagina Bible, a gynaecologist explains exactly what is happening to your body in the menopause years
It's a part of the body that is often ignored - until it makes its presence very much felt. You can certainly feel the effects if you don’t look after it properly. Time to pay your pelvic floor the attention it deserves.
Many women are embarrassed to seek medical help for vaginal health issues. Former nurse and sexual health advocate Samantha Evans, advises on the best lubricants for menopause vaginal dryness.
Urinary infections can be an uncomfortable, even painful, companion to menopause. And multiple trips to the loo in the middle of the night are not what you need when insomnia is already an issue. Dr Stephanie Goodwin, a London-based GP and menopause specialist, explains what you can do.
Some of her patients find it embarrassing to discuss, so Dr Louise Newson shares everything you need to know about this common condition.
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