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Aging brings life transitions that can create opportunities for older adults to redefine what sexuality and intimacy mean to them. Some older adults strive for both a sexual and intimate relationship, some are content with one without the other, and still others may choose to avoid these types of connections.

With age, impotence (also called erectile dysfunction, or ED) also becomes more common. ED is the loss of ability to have and keep an erection, and the erection may not be as firm or as large as it used to be. ED is not a problem if it happens every now and then, but if it occurs often, talk with your doctor.

Chronic pain. Pain can interfere with intimacy. It can also cause tiredness and exhaustion, leaving little energy or interest in sex. Chronic pain does not have to be part of growing older and can often be treated. But, some pain medicines have effects on sexual function. Always talk with your health care provider if you have side effects from any medication.

Dementia. People with some forms of dementia may show an increased interest in sex and physical closeness, but they may not be able to judge what is appropriate sexual behavior. People with severe dementia may not recognize their spouse or partner but may still desire sexual contact. They may sometimes even seek this with someone else. It can be confusing and difficult to know how to handle this situation. Talking with a doctor, nurse, or social worker with training in dementia care may be helpful.

Incontinence. Loss of bladder control or leaking of urine is more common as people grow older. Extra pressure on the belly during sex can cause urine to leak. This can be helped by changing positions or by emptying the bladder before and after sex. The good news is that incontinence may be treated with medical treatments, bladder control training, and behavioral and lifestyle changes.

Stroke. The ability to have sex is sometimes affected by a stroke. A change in positions or medical devices may help people with ongoing weakness or paralysis to have sex. Some people with paralysis from the waist down are still able to experience orgasm and pleasure.

Surgery. Any kind of surgery can cause worry, and this can be even more troubling when the breasts or genital areas are involved, such as with the surgeries listed below. Most people are able to return to the kind of sex life they enjoyed before surgery. For some, these types of surgeries may even help them to increase their sex life options.

Talk with your health care provider about ways to protect yourself from STDs and infections during your regular check-ups and if you have any concerns between visits. Remember, you are never too old to be at risk.

Researchers are partnering with people in SGM communities to learn more about the health disparities and other factors affecting these groups. For example, the Aging with Pride: National Health, Aging, Sexuality and Gender Study, funded in part by NIA, is a long-term effort involving more than 2,000 older adults to better understand the aging, health, and well-being of SGM populations and their families.

If ED is the problem, it can often be managed with medications or other treatments. A health care professional may suggest lifestyle changes, such as limiting alcohol or increasing physical activity, to help reduce ED. A health care professional may also prescribe testosterone for people with low levels of this hormone. Although taking testosterone may help with ED, it may also lead to serious side effects and can affect how other medicines work. Make sure to talk with your health care provider about testosterone therapy and testing your testosterone levels. Be wary of any dietary or herbal supplements promising to treat ED. These products may have dangerous side effects or interact with prescription medicines. Always talk to a health care provider before taking any herb or supplement. Another important reason to see your health care provider for ED is that it may be a sign of an underlying health problem that should be treated, such as clogged blood vessels or nerve damage from diabetes.

You might be worried about these changes. But remember, they don't have to end your enjoyment of sex. Working with your changing body can help you keep a healthy and happy sex life. For instance, you may need to change your sexual routine to include more stimulation to become aroused.

For example, if you're worried about having sex after a heart attack, talk with your health care provider about your concerns. If arthritis pain is a problem, try different sexual positions. Or try using heat to lessen joint pain before or after sexual activity.

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Results: As expected, hearing loss increased with age. We found a correlation of R2 = 0.317 for men and R2 = 0.354 for women (right ears). A prevalence of hearing loss greater than 35 dB hearing level the average of 0.5/1/2/4 kHz in the better ear, was found in 33% of the male and almost 29% of the female participants aged 65 years and older. Compared with previous studies, men had less hearing loss at the frequencies of 2 kHz and above. Hearing thresholds in women were significantly higher at 4 and 8 kHz. The difference in hearing loss between men and women is significantly less than in earlier studies.

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Factors such as having a partner interested in engaging in sexual activity, or having an active libido, also influenced whether an older person would consult the health professional about a sexual concern.4 Additionally, some older men expressed frustration at or distrust of available treatments for sexual dysfunction (particularly pharmaceuticals) and resigned themselves to their loss of function, rather than communicating concerns with their physician.4, 31

Your menstrual cycle consists of two phases: the follicular phase and the luteal phase. Menstruation (your period) and ovulation are important events during your cycle that correspond with each phase.

Toward the end of the follicular phase, high estrogen levels trigger your pituitary gland to release a surge of luteinizing hormone (LH), the hormone associated with the luteal phase. LH activates the mature egg to escape the follicle and the ovary (ovulation).

Starting in your late 30s, your FSH levels may still increase during your follicular phase, but your LH levels may not spike as they did previously. As a result, the follicle may mature faster than the egg inside and release it too soon. These eggs may not be viable for pregnancy.

Males can start to mark their territory as they become sexually mature, which many owners consider an undesirable trait. Roaming is another behavior that is sometimes characteristic of sexually mature male and female dogs.

Timing is an important consideration, in addition to whether or not to spay or neuter at all. Allowing a female pup to have one heat cycle helps to be sure she is mature and finished growing. When a puppy is spayed or neutered before reaching full maturity, there may be a risk of future orthopedic problems. In puppies, hormones instruct the growth plates when to close. Spaying before puberty causes the growth plates, which are still open, to remain open longer. This can make the dog or bitch orthopedically out of balance.

Breeding a male or female dog to produce healthy puppies that contribute to the welfare of the breed, and are desired by responsible owners, takes a great deal of knowledge, research, and planning. It is best to work with an experienced mentor, a reputable breed club, and a veterinarian.

Blue crabs Callinectes sapidus (Rathbun, 1896) > 100 mm carapace width were sampled from a constructed oyster reef (1996 and 1997), a sand bar (1997) and a natural oyster bar (1997) in the Piankatank River, Chesapeake Bay, USA to describe habitat use, sex ratios, and demographics across a gradient of habitat types. Patterns of blue crab catch-per-unit-effort (CPUE), and demographics were similar on the oyster reef in 1996 and 1997. Average annual CPUE on the reef was 6-8 crabs pot(-1) with maximum CPUE of 15 crabs pot(-1). Daylength and water temperature significantly affected reef CPUE with more crabs observed in late August and early September. In 1997, average annual CPUE at the natural oyster bar was higher (9 crabs pot(-1)) than on the reef or the sand bar (both 6-7 crabs pot(-1)). Observed differences in habitat use may relate to site-specific differences in depth and tidal current as well as the presence of living oyster (biogenic) substrate. A transition in the sex ratio of crabs was observed as daylength declined seasonally. In May, males were 3-5 times more abundant than females at all sites but by early September, as daylength and water temperatures declined, female crabs were 3-4 times more abundant than males at all sites. The median size of males and females increased from spring into summer and female crabs were typically larger than males from the same habitats across all habitat types. The largest female crabs were observed in habitats with oysters. Biogenic oyster habitats are important estuarine habitats for blue crabs as well as oysters. 041b061a72


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