By Andy Merrett
Oct 3, 2005
Women’s sex-drive hit by marriage, children and career
Seems like everything is diminishing the female sex-drive, according to research by University College London of 11,000 men and women aged 16-44.
Married women were shown to be much more likely than single men or women to have sexual problems.
“There is nothing actually wrong with these women. Bringing up a family they are just tired and exhausted as opposed to the men who have 10 times the level of testosterone,” said Dr David Goldmeier from the sexual function clinic at St Mary’s Hospital in London.
“A lot of women are very active sexually in the first 18 months to three years of a relationship and have a lot of spontaneous sexual desire. But then that goes.”
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