Virginity and menopause
I am 46 years old and a virgin. I went through menopause at age I have always been afraid that sex would be painful. Now that I've gone through menopause, I'm really afraid. I know that after menopause the body goes through changes that can cause painful sex for women who are not virgins. The Regrets of a Middle-Aged Virgin ⋆ The Mudroom Aubrey. Age: 26. Singaporean Chinese Shemale Is losing virginity painful? Sep 8, - I am also still a virgin, probably because of the terror associated with the thought of getting pregnant. I am still going through the menopause, that is having hot flushes, ten years after starting it. I am 63 now and had my last period at age up until that time, I looked so young I never thought I'd have to. Kelsey. Age: 23. I'm a ray of sunshine here to brighten your day! What better way to treat yourself than to employ the company of a smiling, engaging woman? The Regrets of a Middle-Aged Virgin Jul 23, - The same goes with still being a virgin and now I'm post-menopause and don't ever want a man to see, feel, or touch my vigina. I am totally miserable and hate my body. I don't see any happiness in the future or any acceptance with my body. I have seen psychotherapist and am on anti-depressants but. I would love early-onset menopause! I've always hated being a girl/woman because of my period. Ugh! As for pap tests, I am a virgin, and a doctor I had years ago said if you've never had sex, you don't need a pap, because only people who have been sexually active are at risk for cervical cancer. Noemi. Age: 22. hello gentleman Mar 25, - I'm a menopause virgin. Don't tell anybody, OK? During perimenopause, I lost my desire for sex. My low sex drive was frightening and caused me sorrow. Painful intercourse and a new vaginal dryness made sex unbearable. I wanted to hire a surrogate wife for my husband. Sex after menopause didn't look. Oct 15, - Cultural notions of virginity have long shaped sexual attitudes and practices for young women on the verge of exploring sex. A virgin is most commonly considered someone who hasn't had sex—heterosexual intercourse, specifically. Young women in particular are burdened with conflicting pressures about. Apr 10, - The book is worth reading for the chapter on menopausal sex alone. Hormonal changes can make intercourse so painful for married women “they feel they're losing their virginity, each and every time”. Yet many single women of menopausal age don't experience the lack of lubrication that supposedly goes.