June 6, 2023

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Gender and Aging… A Study Reveals What Women Want

A study that followed more than 3,000 women for about 15 years, according to the network, showed that a significant number of women are more interested in sex, even as they age. CNN.

The study, presented by Holly Thomas, an associate professor at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, refutes the notion advanced by previous studies that have found that women lose interest in sex as they age.

And Thomas confirms that women’s health doctors say the previous perception doesn’t match the reality they see.

He says 27 percent of the 3,200 women confirmed that sex is still important in their forties, fifties and sixties.

“If a woman can talk to her partner and make sure she’s having satisfying and enjoyable sex, she’ll find sex more important as she gets older,” he explained.

“These results are surprising and provide valuable information to health care providers who believe that women’s sexual desire declines with age,” said Stephanie Faubian, MD, director of women’s health at the Mayo Clinic, and medical director of the Menopause Association of North America. Not involved in the study. age and they see it as a normal part of aging.

Faupien said, “A woman’s sex at forty may not be the same as at twenty, nor at eighty as at sixty, but women who enjoy good health and good relationships are sexually active.”

In the study, African American women rated sexuality and its importance more highly throughout midlife, while most Chinese and Japanese women rated sexuality as less important throughout their midlife.

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A study presented in 2020 found that social and cultural factors are more influential than biological factors, and that there is a difference in women’s views on aging, and whether it is normal for women to continue to appreciate the importance of gender as they age. .