A survey of women ages 55 and older found bladder control problems, vulvovaginal irritation and pain or dyspareunia, part of genitourinary syndrome of menopause, were among the main reasons for avoiding sex after menopause, researchers told the North American Menopause Society's annual meeting. "Our findings underscore the need to further expand the sexual history after a woman reports that she is not currently sexually active," said lead author Amanda Clark.
Bladder problems, pain can keep older women from having sex
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