Senior dating and impotency
Your healthcare provider may be able to help you stay fit and active, as long as you're willing to talk about what's bothering you.
Try to let go of expectations and “shoulds” as you enter the senior years.
Many older adults and seniors report that their sex lives actually improve as they age.
Once the children are grown and work doesn’t require the energy it used to, couples can relax together and enjoy each other without the old distractions. As your body changes in the senior years, it’s important to communicate your thoughts, feelings, fears, and desires with your partner.
First things first, have your partner see a doctor to determine the cause of his missed erections, or impotence.Impotence can be a sign of medical conditions such as kidney disease, heart disease, and diabetes.Approach your partner in a loving way, and let him know that you are not only concerned about the lack of sex in your relationship, but also the possibility the impotence could be masking a serious medical condition.As a senior, you might not be as comfortable with some sexual positions as you once were, but this does not mean you need to give up an activity that is pleasurable for you and miss out on feeling close to your partner. Try different intercourse positions to find ones that please you and your partner.If erectile dysfunction is an issue, try intercourse with the woman on top, where hardness is less important.