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 Gender Tips & Advice For 45+, Boomers & Seniors

What Women Need To Know About 45+, Boomer & Senior Men

  • Men’s testosterone levels are decreasing.
  • Depending on their age and their testosterone levels to begin with, testosterone can diminish to a low level.
  • All the characteristics associated with testosterone can lessen–including their energy, motivation, risk-taking and sex drive.
  • There can be an increase in sexual problems, including difficulties getting and keeping erections, having orgasms and fatigue during sex.
  • Or their sex drive could be alive and well. If you are dating and want or are considering having sex, you need to talk to your potential lover as find out what’s happening with him sexually to make sure you are compatible.
  • Men’s lower testosterone levels could make them more interested in foreplay, communication and bonding, which can draw you closer.
  • They may be sensitive about their appearance.
  • They may have health issues.
  • If they are healthy and active, they want a partner with whom they can share an active life. This is particularly true of men who are dating.
  • They’ve lived longer, have more experience, could be eager to  connect and able to be a better mate than when they were young.

What Men Need To Know About 45+, Boomer & Senior Women

  • The average age of menopause in the United States is 51. From that point on a woman is postmenopausal and her ovaries are producing a minimal amount of estrogen.
  • The time leading up to menopause is called peri (around) menopause. It can last 2-12 years and the average age is for it to start is 46.
  • Perimenopause affects every woman differently. Your partner may or may not have various symptoms, including hot sweats, mood swings, anxiety or depression, forgetfulness and sexual issues.
  • Symptoms can also continue in postmenopause.
  • If they are not using either hormone or testosterone replacement therapy, their greatly diminished estrogen and testosterone can cause:
    1. A low or no sex drive
    2. A dry vagina that makes sex painful
    3. Decreased pleasure, sensitivity and an inability to orgasm
  • If they are using these therapies, they could have a healthy sex drive and response.
  • Some women have a healthy sex drive and response even without any replacement therapies.
  • Some women have a higher sex drive after menopause, feel more pleasure than ever and want a partner who will satisfy them. Whether you are interested in sex or not, you need to find out what your partner wants and make sure you are compatible.
  • There are often more independent, curious, eager to try new things and, if single, especially want a partner who is able to create an active life.
  • They know themselves and their needs better and are more no-nonsense than when they are younger.
  • They may have health issues.
  • They’ve lived longer, have more experience, could be eager to connect and able to be a better mate than when they were young.

Also see: Gender Tips.

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