When Patty presented to my clinical practice, the first thing she said was that she had seen me on youtube talking about sex. I jokingly corrected her and said Patty, I was actually talking about “no sex” in marriages that is. She laughed and said, yes that’s right.

Patty then went on to tell me that she had gotten married just eleven months prior. Patty spent most of her life on a farm until moving to the big city. At age 48, she never expected to meet anyone and settle down, but she met Brad a computer engineer seven years her junior and rearing to go.

Patty had hoped that quality mattered over quantity when it came to sex. I said that if that was her idea before she’d even hit her one year wedding anniversary, then she was heading down a slippery slope. With that approach, she would be in a sexless marriage in no time. This worried her.

Let the truth be told, Patty was experiencing vaginal dryness, a condition that often strikes women in the peri-menopausal years, the years leading up to menopause. Estrogen decreases in the vagina as women age and causes the tissues to become dry, resulting in painful sex for many. It didn’t happen all the time for Patty but the sexual pain had an impact on her sexual desire with her new husband.

I told Patty about Gynatrof, an all natural hormone-free over the counter formula for vaginal dryness. She was delighted because she realized that as a gel it could be used during foreplay as well. She catches on quickly I thought.

With ingredients like Hyaluronic Acid and Vitamin E, Gynatrof not only heals vaginal tissue, but also restores it to a more well lubricated state with better elasticity, making sex less painful.

Patty was also worried about keeping her “young buck” sexually interested and asked me for a few of my best sex advice. One thing I teach women about is understanding their bodies through self exploration, communicating what feels good to their partner and being vulnerable. This vulnerability can lead to more exciting sex and they are more likely to try new things in the bedroom, like alternative sex positions to keep sex interesting.

I suggested this cowgirl try the “Galloping Stallion” sex position which involves her on top facing him and then leaning back with her hands on the floor, arms straight, elbows locked, head back supporting herself in a back bend position.

In this fun position, Brad would easily be able to stimulate her clitoris to help her to experience orgasm and in fact they may even be able to come together. Healthy vaginal tissues will help her to experience better sexual sensation and climax easier and faster. So grab some Gynatrof, your young buck and ride ’em cowgirl is my best advice for this newly married couple!

Gynatrof is available at London Drugs and Shopper’s Drug Mart.

Maureen McGrath is a registered nurse in the field of sexual health, a blogger, researcher and author. Her TEDx talk on the Sexless Marriage can be viewed here. [youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LVgzOyHVcj4[/youtube]

Maureen McGrath

Maureen McGrath

Host of the CKNW Sunday Night Health Show on Corus Radio. As a leading women's health expert and Registered Nurse, I understand the importance that sexual, vaginal, bladder and bowel health has on overall health and relationships.

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