We were at the forefront of the sexual revolution. Co-ed dorms. Birth control pills. Woodstock. Free love. The musical Hair. The movie Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice. Pot. Now that we’re FOF, we may not be quite the sex fiends we were, but we still like a good roll in the hay, menopause or no menopause. It’s still possible.
If you want to start exploring the ways to stay sexually active and healthy, hundreds of websites and products promise help. There’s nothing as smart, however, as talking to your doctor about your sexual issues. If you aren’t ready for that, FOF health and healthcare reporter, Judith Graham, invites you to a web chat she’s having on Tuesday at noon, central time, with two highly regarded medical experts: Dr. Lauren Streicher, assistant clinical professor of obstetrics and gynecology at Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine, and Dr. Sheryl Kingsberg, a professor of psychiatry at Case Western Reserve School of Medicine and co-author of a new online sexual heath curriculum published by the North American Menopause Society.
Judith grew up on Chicago’s North side and now reports for the Chicago Tribune. Her passion for healthcare arises out of her personal experience: her mom had multiple sclerosis for 63 years, throughout Judith’s childhood and most of all adulthood. She loves to read, cook, listen to classicial music, knit, go to the movies and occasionally hike.
Join her chat by clicking on this link on Tuesday, April 5, at noon central time.