We've been trying to get pregnant for months now, but there is no passion left. How do we start enjoying sex again?
Do you have questions about sex? "Why don't I want it anymore?" "Why doesn't my partner want me?" "How can I spice things up?" "How will my sex life change as I age?" Relax. We've got the information you need and the answers you crave so you can have a satisfying and enjoyable sex life at any age.
Published by: National Women's Health Resource Center, Inc., August 2010
Published by: National Women's Health Resource Center, Inc., July 2010
Is sex painful? It shouldn't be. If it is, you may have a condition called dyspareunia. This condition is more common than you might think. Learn more from this Fast Facts for Your Health: Painful Sex: What You Need to Know, and be sure to discuss your symptoms with your healthcare provider.
Published by: National Women's Health Resource Center, Inc., May 2010
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Can exercise affect my sex life? At this point, I’ll try anything to make it better!
I'm having trouble making ends meet. With the holidays coming up, it seems like all my partner and I talk about is money. Our sex life is nonexistent. I really want to reconnect, de-stress and forget about all this money stuff. Any advice?
Sex was absolutely a forbidden topic when I was growing up. I'm still not comfortable with it. I'm single and in my late 40s. Anything I can do to be more open to sex when I'm dating?
My husband is having trouble with sex. He can't have an erection. This has never happened before. Can I do anything to help him?