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Sex at 80 - almost normal for men

At least if you ask them about it, old men are far more satisfied with their sex life than old women, according to two representative surveys that were carried out with over 3000 participants in 1995 and 2005. The first survey was aimed at people between the ages of 25 and 74, and the second was between 57 and 85 years of age. Health status and sexual activities were recorded using a questionnaire. In both studies, over 60 percent of men between 65 and 74 years of age said they were sexually active, but less than 40 percent of women. Among the 75 to 85 year olds, the gender difference was even greater: almost 40 percent of men but only 17 percent of women still had sex. Men were not only more sexually active, they also had more fun doing it: Just over 70 percent of old, sexually active men, but only half of active women were satisfied with their sex life (BMJ online).

Sexual activity clearly depended on health status. Healthy men were more than twice as likely to be sexually active as those with health problems; the difference was slightly smaller for women. Another result: between the two surveys, the desire for sex among older men had increased: in 1995, 45 percent of those over 65 years of age showed sexual interest, in 2005 it was already 58 percent, whereas in both surveys less than 20 percent of older women were still interested on sex. The authors of the study also attribute the increasing enthusiasm for sex among older men to the fact that Viagra®, an effective oral sexual enhancer, came onto the market for the first time at the end of the 1990s.