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Why Millions Of Women Suffer Sex Drive Loss At 50

Three-quarters of British women experience a reduced sex drive after reaching 50, researchers have found. A study of 1,023 women and 977 men aged 54 or over and in a relationship was commissioned by Replens, the intimate skincare company. Half of respondents said their drop in sexual desire was down to getting and feeling older, more than a third put it down to the menopause, and a quarter said their reduced interest in sex was due to a lack of energy.
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