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NEW YORK Reuters Health - Women become less sexually active and less interested in sex as they get older, on average, but there are still plenty of women who continue to have sex and maintain their sexual desire into their 60s and beyond, new research shows.
Alison J. To investigate what factors might be associated with sustained interest in sex, they had 1, racially and ethnically women, aged 45 to 80 years old, fill out questionnaires on their physical, mental and sexual health. Just over two-thirds were married or living with a partner.
For women 65 and older, 28 percent reported at least moderate interest in sex during the past three months, and nearly 37 percent had engaged in sexual activity during that time. Fifty-seven percent said they were at least moderately sexually satisfied.
The sexually inactive women were more likely to be satisfied with their sex lives if they were older. Only about 9 percent of the women said that their own physical problems were the cause.
The researchers identified some ethnic and racial differences among the women; for example, black women were more likely than white women to report at least moderate desire to have sex, but less likely to have sex weekly, while Latina women who were sexually active were more likely than sexually active whites to report being at least moderately satisfied with their sex lives.
Many factors could for these differences, including cultural influences, Huang and her team note.
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