IMS: Sexual wellbeing after menopause

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Patient Support Material: Free yourself and embrace positive sexual wellbeing

Sexual health is a state of physical, emotional, mental and social wellbeing related to sexuality. After menopause it is not uncommon for women to experience sexual problems which can severely impair their relationships, mental health, social functioning and overall quality of life. The good news is that it is treatable.

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Sexual Wellbeing after menopause

 

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Did you know there is an initial screening tool to assist in the assessment of Hypoactive Sexual Desire Dysfunction (HSDD)? Did you know there is an initial screening tool to assist in the assessment of Hypoactive Sexual Desire Dysfunction (HSDD)?

Low Sexual Desire is Common Sexual difficulties and concerns are common across a woman’s lifespan, increasing at midlife and beyond menopause. The DSDS (Decreased… Continue Reading →

Every Menopause Journey is Unique – Low Sexual Desire Is Common Every Menopause Journey is Unique – Low Sexual Desire Is Common

Low Sexual Desire Is Common 1 in 3 women between the ages 40 – 64 will experience HSDD* which can severely impair relationships, mental… Continue Reading →

Video – Menopause: Will it affect my sex life? with Prof Susan Davis Video – Menopause: Will it affect my sex life? with Prof Susan Davis

Professor Susan Davis discusses how the onset of menopause may affect your sex life, as well as various treatment options.