I feel that menopause has affected my libido. What are you recommendations for help?

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  1. Staness Jonekos wrote on :

    Approximately 47 percent of women experience sexual difficulties, according to the National Health and Social Life Survey and the Global Study of Sexual Attitudes and Behaviors, with a decrease of sexual desire being the most common. You are not alone!

    Managing a declining libido:

    –Discuss options with your practitioner. If fluctuating hormones are affecting your libido, there are therapies available.
    –Review current medications and medical conditions.
    –Talk to your partner
    –Consider counseling or sex therapy, or both
    –Adjust lovemaking activities: try warm baths before genital sexual activity, extend foreplay, incorporate massages, change your sexual routine, experiment with positions, discuss sexual fantasies
    –Use lubrication
    –Maintain a healthy lifestyle, exercise most days of the week, and consume alcohol moderately
    –Commit to new stress-management practices, like acupuncture, biofeedback, yoga

    Once you have passed through the doors of perimenopause, feeling sexy is possible with proper management. With continued interest, you can get your groove back and feel sexy during menopause and beyond.

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