Women twice as likely as men to lack interest in sex

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The wide-ranging survey involved almost 12,000 men and women across the United Kingdom, aged 16-74 years, who had reported to have one or more sexual partners - either same-sex or opposite-sex - in the past year.

Likewise, women who were pregnant in the a year ago or had more than one young child reported lower interest in sex.

A study conducted by British researchers asked 4,839 men and 6,669 women about their attitudes towards sex.

Poor mental and physical health, a lack of communication and a lack of emotional connection were said to be the main reasons why both sexes felt out of it. Namely, women are more than twice as likely to lack interest in sex when living with a partner, among other curious things.

However, the researchers explained that there was no evidence to suggest that this had anything to do with menopause, despite occurring around those ages in women.

And just when you thought moving in together was an important milestone, the report also concluded that women who live with their partner are more at risk of having a lower sex drive than those who don't! However, men are said to stay interested - until their 70s. For women in particular, the quality and length of relationship and communication with their partners are important in their experience of sexual interest.

"For a few, it is a characteristic and ordinary place to be, however for others it causes agony and hopelessness", she said.

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But they did find that having young children at home was a factor for women.

Ammanda Major stated: "Sex is an exceptionally individual thing, and discussing it can be humiliating".

Conversely, women who are students or are retired had more of an interest in sex.

Moreover, the team found that people who found it always easy to talk about sex with their partners were rarely said they had lost interest in sex.

The lack of desire was also more prevalent in those who reported having been diagnosed with an STD in the past. "It highlights the need to assess and - if necessary - treat sexual interest problems in a holistic and relationship-, as well as gender-specific way".

Women tended to be losing interest after a year.

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as of late endorsed the first-since forever tranquilize went for boosting female moxie, called flibanserin.

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