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A third of women always climax with their partners, but according to one feminist this may be because the rest simply choose to limit the number of climaxes they award to their mates. Losing one's mojo Reduction in sexual desire can, in fact, be perfectly normal, particularly with increasing age.
It only becomes a problem when it causes pain or distress to oneself or a partner and hence conflict.
It is the responsibility of health workers and those professionally in charge of older people to help them better understand that their desires are perfectly normal. A study in 904 men with an average age of 60 years (and mild to severe erectile dysfunction) found that older men are not quite so anxious about sexual performance as are younger men, which may reflect different levels of expectation between age groups.
Most men enjoy sex with their partners; more than two thirds of men (75 per cent) always achieve orgasm with their partner.Positive emotional responsiveness to erotic stimuli is found to be increased during the follicular phase of the menstrual cycle, when women are at their most fertile, and this could mean an increase in the probability of sexual activity at that time; in general it is known that female sexual desire fluctuates with the menstrual cycle.However, sexuality is completely dissociated from reproduction in older women, and usually so in older men.Conversely, erectile dysfunction is associated with lowered sexual desire.Sexual dysfunction of female sexual desire, arousal, or orgasm affects approximately one in three (30 per cent) of women.