By Douglas E. Rosenau
A party of intercourse After 50 solutions particular, usually unasked questions about sexual themes, offers distinct suggestions and behavioral abilities for deepening sexual excitement and intimate companionship, and addresses different concerns dealing with older including:
the basic results of aging
common clinical difficulties and solutions
erectile functionality and using Viagra, Levitra, and Cialis
the results of alternative medications on sexuality
postmenopause and estrogen replacement
minimizing the impression of varied ailments on sexual function
overcoming roadblocks to intimacy
reviving and maintaining sexual desire
physical and emotional sexual fitness
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A Celebration of Sex After 50 by Douglas E. Rosenau