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Mens Womens Sex Drives
Sex drive: In general men's sex drives are usually higher than women's sex drives. Nature has made it happen that men are more or less ready to impregnate women whenever the women is ready to be impregnated. This involves the survival of the species, and happens throughout the animal kinddom.See 1 more doctor answer
Yes: All of the serotonin selective reuptake inhibitor medications of which Prozac (fluoxetine) is a member can cause a decrease in one' s libido also known as sex drive. Since each agent is different in its chemical structure and each of us reacts differently to any medication, not everyone will suffer this side effect with each medication. Talk to your doctor there may be a solution.See 2 more doctor answers
That's the stereo-: Type, but as a sex therapist, I haven't found that to be true. I've seen women with whopping-high sex drives and men with nearly zero. I don't know if generalizations are much help here. I do know that regardless of high or low sex drives, quality of sex seems to be the better indicator of happiness.
Maybe: I think this depends on the person - many men and women like and enjoy sex and seem more fixated than others.
Why do you think that mens sex drive stays the same while women over a certain age lose their sex drive?
Drive may stay but: In men performance dwindles over time. Peak years for men are late teens and through the twenties and maybe early thirties. In women their peak years are about early to mid thirties. Women vary in their interest in sex more widely than men for reasons that include past sexual history, if they have children or not and how good relationships with men are. Men lose performance mostly, women interest.See 1 more doctor answer
Is it alright for a woman to love n marry a man fourteen years younger to her. Reg reproductivty libido as whn she turns 60 he wil be 46. N sex drive?
Social norms: There are no medical issues in this question. Men and women can remain sexually active beyond their 90's.See 1 more doctor answer
Testosterone, maybe: Regardless of who lost his/her sex drive, the evaluation is similar: first evaluate your relationship. Second, consider external stressors, eg money, family, friends, work, etc. Third, consider substance use, eg tobacco, alcohol & illicit materials. Fourth, any new medications? Fifth, evaluate his/her health: depression, diabetes, high blood pressure and/or cholesterol, heart disease, low t, etc.
If an woman married a man 14 years younger will there be a biological problem reg sex drive later to her n hw long cn both te gendrs b sexually active?
For now, fine: Things might be fine for now, but the woman will age sooner than the man. They can certainly enjoy sex as long as both want to, as dr. Chand says. Other kinds of incompatibilities could still develop, though. Think demi moore and ashton kutcher, maybe. Not all have to go that route, but it happens. Be well.See 1 more doctor answer
Not met right person: Do not feel rushed or rush yourself--don't "give it away" just to do it. It is extremely likely you will find a partner in the near future, just cannot put a stopwatch on it.
Not possible, but...: STDs don't travel through the body. Infection occurs only at exposed sites, so there's no way you can get a genital infection from such an exposure. However, your throat can be infected by some causes of urethritis, especially gonorrhea. Both you and your partner should be avoiding sex entirely, oral or otherwise, until you both have been treated for this STD. You need both testing and treatment.
Does hepatite b or c transmites from woman to man whith unptotected sex if woman finished antiviral theraphy?
It depends: Factors include HBeAg status (i.e., duration antiviral treatment in HBeAg negative patients is not clear and may require years & years). Also, vaginal fluid viral load may be higher than blood viral load, so a negative blood viral load test finding would not tell the whole story. Was your partner vaccinated for HBV? I would recommend using condom in future unless told otherwise by your physician.See 1 more doctor answer
Many factors: Women's' sexuality is linked to how they feel about themselves physically and emotionally. Many factors can affect, this such as age, menopause, weight gain and, other body changes, depression, painful intercourse, and problems in a relationship. Speak to your doctor because there are many avenues of help.
Yes: But it can decline other times too. Also, it can be recovered as long as you're flexible about how you define it. Aspects of sex might change in ways that are definite, but many are attitudes and they can change as you do. It may be that you are in the driver's seat instead of being 'driven' by hormones. Read about adult male sexuality in books or articles. Ask a lover or a doctor for ideas. Enjoy.
Yes, but............: In the us, only formulations of conjugated estrogen with Methyltestosterone are available. My personal studies suggest that some women will experience an atherogenic profile taking these. Doctors can have dermal gels or ointments compounded that are inexpensive and these, if monitored, can be used safely. It is important to measure pre- and post- levels in a female to see if they are needed!
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