Women with menopause may have better sex. Here’s why.
Who says that women experiencing menopause would have a deteriorating sex drive?
It is entirely possible to have a rocking sex life after the big 5-0. Unconvinced? Read on.
Aunt Flo has checked out of the building.
Yes, you’re no longer bound by the monthly vicious cycle of menstruation. You can have unbridled sex anytime because you no longer have to worry about ovulation. That means, you are no longer worried about the probabilities of pregnancy because… there’s no way you’re going to be pregnant if Aunt Flo is no longer in the house. Yes buddy, that means no more condoms needed (if you’re having a monogamous relationship). Yay!
Bring it back, baby…
Declining hormones is pretty real for many menopausal women. However, that doesn’t naturally translate to a lacklustre sexy time with your man. Proper hormone management that prescribes estrogen and progesterone (combination hormoned replacement therapies) might help redress the imbalance… and perhaps even boost libido.
Wild, wild wet in bed.
The hormonal transition during one’s midlife sometimes causes vaginal dryness. This can be a reason to discover novel sexual experiences that involve lubricants. Vaginal dryness after menopause may inspire women to try out vaginal lubricants that promote vasodilation. And that only means that we are going to get that ‘O’, ladies. Who knows if that might lead to other sexual adventures in bed? ;)
You’re stable in life.
Most likely, after your 50s, you would be financially secure. The kids have finally moved out of your house, and graduated from college; your mortgage is fully paid off. You have all the disposable income to spend on romantic getaways with your mister. Likewise, you would be less stressed about your career as you have achieved your career goals. Stress adversely impacts sexual desire. Without all these commitments, you would be most relaxed to get going in the sack!
Life with menopause doesn’t necessarily spell doom and gloom for the big O. Look forward to life post-menstruation as one that would bring much freedom to your sex life!
Condomless sex with your husband, anyone?