As we age, our ability to enjoy erotic pleasure doesn’t change, but sex does. If older men and their partners can adjust to the changes age causes in men, they can continue to enjoy a satisfying sex life. Depending on their health, men become sexually “older” between 45 and 50, and the changes can happen gradually or within six months. The changes include slower and less firm erections and/or premature ejaculation which can be triggered by anxiety or penis-centered sex. Intercourse may become problematic, causing a couple to turn to other methods for sexual satisfaction. Finally, older men take longer to feel aroused which brings them more in synch with their partner.

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