We’re a new couple — 7 months together. I’m 65 and she is 62. We have sex almost every night. Our only problem is that with some rare exceptions she can have only one orgasm per encounter. Afterward, she feels pain in her genitals and a feeling of great satisfaction that causes her to lose interest.The orgasms are… Read more »
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I think condoms should be used always. Who really cares if it’s sexy or not? It beats getting an STD or pregnant. My advice to all girls is have the boy use condoms. I was raped at 13 and the guy did not use a condom. I am now 14 and have a 2 month… Read more »
My wife has pain during penetration, so it is difficult to have sex. I am denied sex again and again. I am 59 and my wife is 58. She is not interested in sex. Please advise. Melissa Donahue says: Thanks for your question. Working with the information you have provided, a few thoughts come to… Read more »
Can a woman get Trichomonas Vaginalis without being sexually active? Dr. Judith Hersh says: Although uncommon, trichomonas has been cultured from water droplets on toilet seats, hot tubs and even hotel bathtubs. There have been documented cases of women contracting this parasite from hotel bathtubs.
Q. My partner had a pessary implanted, in lieu of a hysterectomy. Her gynecologist told us both “no more” sex. This seems harsh. What can be done to resume our sex life? Dr. Hersh says: There are many types of pessaries on the market, only one of which, the Gelhorn pessary, precludes penetrative sex play…. Read more »
Q. Are there any other methods besides condoms to have safer sex? Joan Garrity says: Great question. The best method for truly safer sex is to have sex only with someone who only has sex with you, assuming neither of you has had sex with anyone else in the past. It also requires taking the… Read more »
Welcome to the Senior Sex Q & A blog, where individuals, couples, and professionals can find answers to questions about senior sexuality. The FAQ pages on this site address common questions experts answer in our work, but this blog is for answers you and other visitors specifically request. Anonymously, you can ask questions related to… Read more »