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Sex After Menopause

Menopause can trigger a wide range of sexual side effects, both physical and emotional. Many women experience increased dryness, pain with intercourse, and a decrease in sexual desire. But just because you’re going through menopause and having these symptoms doesn’t mean your sex life has to end. Treatments and therapies are available to help you and your partner continue to have a happy and healthy sex life.

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