Synopses & Reviews
"A must-read book for all couples past their honeymoon years. Gives hope and solid medical information."
--Irwin Goldstein, M.D., Professor of Urology, Boston University School of Medicine; Codirector, Sexual Medicine Research; Laboratory Director, Women's Sexual Clinic
"Covers important health concerns, sexuality issues, and 'secrets' that are on the minds of so many women and men."
--Amy Niles, Executive Director, National Women's Health Resource Center, Inc.
Age-proof your sex life
Yes, you can have a fulfilling, satisfying sex life even if you are reaching midlife. Groundbreaking research has shown that 90 percent of age-related sexual problems may have treatable hormonal or other medical causes.
In Making Love the Way We Used to . . . or Better, Harvard gynecologist and menopause specialist Alan Altman, M.D., with Laurie Ashner, offers a five-step plan for dealing with your problems in the bedroom and for ridding yourself of them forever. You'll find out what to do if:
- Sex has become painful
- You feel too exhausted to respond to your partner
- Your partner is having performance problems
- Viagra hasn't turned out to be the instant solution you had hoped for
After reading Making Love the Way We Used to . . . or Better, you'll find it easier to talk about your sex life with your partner and your doctor and find workable solutions. Why settle for a less-than-satisfying sex life at any age?
Making Love the Way We Used to . . . or Better is the definitive guide for reviving sexuality at midlife. Groundbreaking research has shown that sexual problems such as decreased libido and arousal, as well as sexual boredom and dissatisfaction, may have treatable hormonal or other medical causes 90 percent of the time. This reassuring book will help you and your partner uncover the secrets in the bedroom and banish them with the newest medical information and most effective communication techniques.
About the Author
Alan Altman, M.D.
, is assistant clinical professor of obstetrics, gynecology, and reproductive biology at Harvard Medical School and is an expert on menopause and midlife sexuality.
Laurie Ashner is an educational therapist.