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You might’ve heard that sex becomes boringas you age, but for women, it’s more complicated than that. When we hit menopause, our fluctuating hormones create symptoms that can negatively affect our libido. Some women experience the inability to self-lubricate, thinning vaginal walls, and even painful sex, all of which can affect sex drive. 

Men and women have a shared experience of decreasing libido as they age, but for men, Viagra is available to improve erectile function. While this effectively allows men to feel as though they can turn back the hands of time, women historically have not been so lucky. We deserve to feel vibrant and viral in our second half of life!

The good news is the hormonal changes that accompany your menopause transition don’t have to erode your sex life and relationship. Read on about Viagra for women and other ways to have a healthy and happy sex life, well beyond your 40s.




Relationships

Viagra for Women and How Viagra Impacts Relationships

7 mins read - December 07, 2022

Sex is supposed to be fun, and women have every right to have satisfying sex with their romantic partners, right? But as we age, and enter menopause, sometimes we just aren’t feeling it or maybe sex is painful. We hear from many women that they are just ‘putting up with sex’ rather than looking forward to it because they didn’t feel like participating, or it often hurts. Is there a viagra for women type of solution? Because while taking Viagra may be great for a man, what about their female partner who maybe hasn’t had penetrative sex in years? For women, male Viagra may not always be seen as a positive.
It would be great to have a single solution for women’s lowered libido and painful sex - but a woman’s anatomy is much more complex than a man’s. Read more.

Viagra for Women and  How Viagra Impacts Relationships
Relationships

Painful Sex and Menopause - It Isn’t Acceptable

4 mins read - December 07, 2022

You officially hit menopause when you have gone one year without a period, but you have likely been noticing symptoms of menopause long before that. Peri- and menopause can also bring some unwelcome physical menopausal symptoms like painful sex.

The good news is that menopausal women can resolve many painful sex and menopause, genitourinary symptoms, improve their sexual health and their quality of life by appropriately treating GSM.

While you can’t cure menopause, you can certainly manage its unpleasant symptoms. The sooner you meet with your Winona doctor, the sooner you can get relief from symptoms like painful sex.

Painful Sex and Menopause - It Isn’t Acceptable
Relationships

How To Have Great Sex In Your 40s, 50s and 60s: A Guide for Women in Menopause

8 mins read - December 07, 2022

Women’s motivations to engage in sex are often quite complicated and influenced by many factors including their age, hormone status, past sexual experiences, the type of relationships they are in, and lifestyle factors including career and family demands. The influences that each of these factors will have typically evolve and change as women age. Sex in your 40s, 50s, 60s, and beyond can be fun, exciting, and fulfilling.
While you can’t cure menopause, you can certainly manage its unpleasant symptoms. The sooner you meet with your Winona doctor, the sooner you can get relief from symptoms like painful sex. Check out Winona today to learn more.

How To Have Great Sex In Your 40s, 50s and 60s: A Guide for Women in Menopause
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