By MaleProstateHealth • July 6, 2017 • Comments Off on 7 Embarrassing Questions About Older People And Sex, Answered
Q: I have occasional leakage during sex. What can I do?
Q: My husband’s penis is becoming less sensitive as we age. Can we do something?
Q: Is anal sex more dangerous for older people?
Q: Sex takes a long time lately, and it gets painful. How can I ease the pain on my joints and, frankly, my vagina?
Q: Am I crazy, or does my partner taste different as we age?
Q: Should we avoid certain positions or kinds of sex because of heart problems?
Sexual positions that require less exertion (and may therefore be more comfortable) include lying side to side or with the heart patient on the bottom. If you have more than usual shortness of breath, an irregular heart beat or any chest pain while having sex, stop and call 911 if it doesn’t resolve after rest.
Q: Do I need to worry about birth control in my late 40s and early 50s, immediately before and after menopause?
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