Sex can be great, but did you know it gets better in time?
According to a study, more than half of women aged over 50 claim that a romp is a lot more satisfying when older.
In fact, the research, which was conducted by women’s health company Organon, found that 53 is the best age to have sex.
The women also advise younger females to appreciate the small things, to love themselves and always go with their “gut instinct”.
During the study of 1,500 women, around 27% said losing your sex drive when you through menopause as a “complete myth”.
Dr Paula Briggs, consultant gynaecologist at the Liverpool Women’s NHS Foundation Trust, was “delighted” with the results.
She added: “Menopause can be a positive thing for women.
“However, for many it’s something they face with fear, not knowing what the future holds.”
According to the NHS, menopause usually occurs between 45 and 55 years of age.
It happens when a woman’s oestrogen levels decline as it is believed the average age in the UK is around 51.
But around 1 in 100 women experience menopause, commonly known as premature menopause, before the age of 40.
Most women will experience menopausal symptoms which could be quite severe.
Common symptoms include hot flushes, night sweats, vaginal dryness and discomfort during sex.
Some might even experience difficulty when sleeping, low mood of anxiety and a reduce sex drive.
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It comes after a sexpert warned TikTok users against “fake myths” that claims to boost sex drive.
Dr Katherine Hertlein, a world-renowned sex therapist and lead advisor on sex app Blueheart, has offered her advice.
The sex guru told Daily Star it’s important for avoid believing everything you read and taking libido-boosting advice from TikTok.
She highlighted that low libido is more commonly connected to deep-rooted issues, like anxiety, depression or major life changes.